1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300Ti

There has been a steady trickle of cars here on CICFS that have been sourced from Europe, and this Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300Ti is one of them. Coming from Germany, this Alfa was restored in the old world and now resides in sunny Florida. In red over tan, this Berlina looks sharp and would make an excellent practical classic.

1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300Ti

1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300Ti, Red with Tan interior. I purchased the car in Germany and restored it in Europe before shipping to the US. Engine has been rebuilt using original standard size bearings and pistons/rings. All rust repair was done professionally and rust prevention was applied before painting. Brakes are all rebuilt, transmission mounts replaced, etc.
All the parts for the restoration was purchase from OKP.DE in Germany. I purchased a new carpet from OKP but I still have the original rubber carpet. The original vinyl seats are still great, the driver seat however needed vinyl replacement. Odometer shows 48320km (approx. 30,200 miles) but I can not confirm weather it is correct or not. The odometer and speedometer works fine just like everything else on the car. During restoration the body was completely stripped and all rusted panels were replaced (again we used OKP)

Car is mostly original and complete, nothing missing, runs and drives perfect. We recently participated in a local Alfa Romeo show (one picture is included from the show). Picture # 23 shows the car during restoration and the last picture shows the car as it was purchased. Car has a clear FL title and located in Sanford Florida. You can drive it home from Sanford, FL, there is no mechanical or any other issue with it.

Small problems with the car:
1. Windshield has a small chip
2. Headlight ring is not original Alfa, its from a Fiat 124. Fits perfect but slightly different.
3. Grille chrome bars are not original, instead of metal it is chromed plastic.

This Giulia has been restored nicely, but not to a point that you would be afraid to use it. Like the last Giuliawe featured, we're probably looking at a $15,000 to $20,000 car.

-Paul

Posted under: Alfa Romeo
Dated: Nov 08 2012

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