1968 ALFA ROMEO GIULIA 1750 FIRST EDITION
Price: US $6,150.00 Item location: Kearny, New Jersey, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Alfa Romeo
- Model: Other
- Trim: Alfa Romeo Giulia 1750
- Year: 1968
- Mileage: 50,000
- Color: BROWN AMARANTO
- Engine size: 1.8
- Drive type: AWD
- Interior color: BEIGE
- Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1968 Alfa Romeo Other1968Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina GIULIA
1750 Berlina (FROM WIKIPEDIA)The 1.8-litre engined 1750 series cars were introduced by Alfa Romeo in 1968. The 1750 Berlina saloon was presented to the international press in January 1968 inVietri sul Mare(Salerno), ogether with the1750 GT Velocecoupé andSpider Veloce.Some days later it was displayed at theBrussels Motor Show.The 1750 Berlina was based on the existingGiuliasaloon, hich continued in production. The 1750 was meant to top the saloon range, bove the 1,300 cc and 1,600 cc versions of the Giulia. In the United States, owever, he Giulia saloon ceased to be available and was entirely replaced by the 1750 Berlina.In contrast to the Giulia, he 1750s had reworked bodywork and bigger engine, hared many parts with other concurrent models in the Alfa Romeo range, ut sold many fewer units during their production span.The 1750 bodyshell had a longer wheelbase than the Giulia, nd revised external panels, ut it shared many of the same internal panels. The windscreen was also the same. The revisions were carried out byBertone, nd while it resembled the Giulia some of that vehicle's distinctive creases were smoothed out, nd there were significant changes to the trim details. The car's taillights were later used on theDe Tomaso Longchamp.The car has a 1,779cc twin-carb engine and hydraulic clutch. The 1.8 L engine produced 118PS (87kW; 116hp) with two twin sidedraughtcarburettors. For the US market the 1750 was equipped withSPICAfuel injection.In 1971, he 1750 Berlina was fitted with an experimental three-speedZFautomatic gearbox. The model designation was 1750A Berlina. According to official Alfa Romeo archives, 52 units were produced with very few surviving to this day. Some of 1750A Berlina didn't have the model plate with production date embossed. The automatic gearbox wasn't well-suited to the four-cylinder motor due to baulky shifting and ill-chosen gear ratio. Because of this, ts fuel consumption was frighteningly high and acceleration was a bit too slow.During 1971 the 1750 series was superseded across the Alfa Romeo range by the 2000 series; at the top of the saloon line, he 1750 Berlina gave way to the 2000 Berlina.Some 83 final 1750 Berlinas were assembled in 1972.A direct replacement in the 1.8-litre saloon class came that same year, n the form of the all-newAlfa Romeo Alfetta.The carfor salewas builtinItalyin 1968in Rome andperfectly preservedmaniacally.The car isworking perfectlyanddrive iton the streetsis a funindescribable.
The car has all its parts intact and engine, odywork and nterni not demonstrate the years that. The car is perfect.The car is registered to ASIItalianRegister of Vintage car since 2010. Membership is guaranteed for original spare parts to 100% in the various renovations.On request we canprovide other infoandmore photos.IMPORTANT INFO:the carat the moment isinItaly.At thetime of paymentwe will be shipped withacontainerto the port ofNewYork.Customs clearancewill beat our expenseandwill befulloforiginal documentsrequired fornewly registeredin the USA.Institutewill payusand customs clearancewill bedoneby one of ourbrokers,without the buyerwill haveno problem.The buyerwill only have totake careof shipping from ourwarehouseinNewJersey tohis home.
The carwill be readyfor pickupby yourcarrierin a time thatwill varyfrom 20 to 30days from payment.Paymentsareacceptedthrough paypalor bank transfer.
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