1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia TI Super, Autodelta works car, winner 1965 Sebring race

Price: US $1,036.01 Item location: London, United Kingdom
  • Condition: Certified pre-owned
  • Make: Alfa Romeo
  • Model: Giulia TI Super, Autodelta
  • Type: Sedan
  • Year: 1964
  • VIN: AR595469
  • Color: White Correct racing color
  • Engine size: Autodelta factory motor "AD" 18
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia TI Super, Autodelta

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Sale; Bonham, Sep 12th,Lot346 https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/22725/lot/346/

The racing version of the Giulia TI Super was, s usual, he responsibility of the factory's Autodelta competitions department, hich had been founded in 1961 as an independent company by Carlo Chiti and Ludovico Chizzola, nd subsequently absorbed by Alfa Romeo. This particular Giulia TI Super is generally accepted as being one of the cars prepared by Autodelta for the 1965 Sebring 3-Hour race in the USA, un on 26th March that year. Driven by long-time Alfa Romeo works driver Teodoro Zeccoli, his car finished 6th overall and 3rd in class behind the winning Ford Lotus Cortina of Jim Clark. The Alfa also competed in the SCCA GT2 class in 1979 driven by Ernie Walclen, ohen Boloul and a Mr Cary (photographs on file).
On static display for the preceding 20-plus years, he Giulia was purchased in 2008 by the current vendor from American Alfa Romeo specialist and imported into Japan. It had previously been restored in 1982 for static display purposes, omplete with correct lightweight body panels and the lightweight grille and taillights. The running gear was restored at the same time as the body, hile the engine is a rebuilt 1,850cc 'Super Talladega' unit claimed to produce in excess of 200bhp. It features the full oiling block; hardened crankshaft and con-rods; 12:1 compression, ig-valve cylinder head; cold air box; oil cooler; lightweight bell housing; heavy duty clutch; and twin Weber 45DCOE14 carburettors, type used only for the Alfa Romeo TI Super, TA and TZ. There are two alternative transmissions, ne close-ratio, he other wide-ratio, nd two differentials with final drive ratios of 5:12:1 and 4:55:1. The brakes are ATE discs all round and the car has Koni adjustable shock absorbers. Other noteworthy features include Autodelta full roll cages; original Campagnolo magnesium wheels (7Jx14); Autodelta air intake; and a spare TI Super engine block, AR00516.00264'.
Included in the sale is an SCCA logbook; US title and bill of sale; a quantity of Autodelta technical papers; Alfa Romeo SpA Certificates of Conformity; and many other documents. A rare opportunity to acquire one of these highly desirable ex-works Alfa Romeo 'homologation specials' prepared by Autodelta and possessing in-period race history.