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1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA

Fully Documented and Beautifully Restored to 1975 Period Competition Specs!

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Price $225,000
VIN AR*613913*
Exterior Color Bicentennial Brown
Interior Color Black Leather
Engine 1750 Twin Plug no. AR00551*08807*
Transmission 5-Speed
Status Hidden
Stock FJ1276

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1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA
s/n AR*613913, Engine no. AR00551*08807*
Period Bicentennial Brown with Black Interior

In 1962, the successor for the very popular Giulietta series was introduced, the Alfa Romeo Giulia, internally called the "Series 105". The coupé of the 105 series, used the shortened floorpan from the Giulia Berlina and was designed by Bertone. The name of the car evolved from Giulia Sprint GT to Giulia Sprint and to GTJ (Junior) and GTV (Veloce) in the late 1960s.

At the time, Alfa Romeo was very active in motorsport. Autodelta, the racing division of Alfa, developed a car for competition that closely resembled to the roadgoing model. These cars were named GTA instead of GT, the 'A' standing for "Alleggerita", Italian for lightweight. The GTA was produced first in 1965 as a 1600 and later as a 1300 Junior version. The GTA automobiles were also manufactured in either street (Stradale) or pure race (Corsa) trim.

The GTA had aluminum outer body panels instead of steel, (the inner steel panels were also of thinner gauge, the inner and outer panels were bonded and pop-riveted together), magnesium alloy wheels, clear plastic side windows, an aluminum rear upper control arm, different door handles and quarter window mechanisms, and lightweight interior trim. The engine had a new double ignition cylinder head with a Marelli distributor from a Ferrari Dino, 45 mm Weber carburetors instead of 40 mm and magnesium camshaft cover, sump, timing cover and bell housing. The transmission gear ratios were closer than standard and the gears were machined for lightness and quicker shifting. Dry weight of the 1600 was approximately 1,640 pounds (740 kg). In stradale form this car boasted approximately 115 PS (85 kW; 113 hp) (up from 106 PS (78 kW; 105 hp)). In full race form this engine could produce up to 170 PS (130 kW; 170 hp). The 1600 GTA did not have a brake booster and had a thicker radiator than the standard vehicle. In keeping with FIA homologation requirements, 500 cars were made for racing and road use.

This particular car was built on the 21st October 1965 and delivered on the 14th January 1966 to Alfa Romeo Newark, New Jersey U.S.A. It was then sold to its first owner, Mr. Robert Perry, on July 10 1967 by Grand Prix Motors of State College, Pennsylvania. After enjoying the car on the street for several months, Mr. Perry outfitted the car for road racing and hill climb competition and actively raced the car in the North Eastern area of the United States with considerable success. Following is a chronological account of these events, as well as details relating to all ownership changes and restoration work performed since day one:

1965
• October 21, 1965 - Build date. According to the documentation files of the Centro de Documentazione Automobilismo Storico Alfa Romeo, the chassis AR 613913 originally corresponds to Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA (105.32), manufactured on the 21st October 1965.

1966
• January 14 - Sold to Alfa Romeo Inc., Newark, USA.
According to the documentation files of the Centro de Documentazione Automobilismo Storico Alfa Romeo, the chassis AR 613913 originally corresponds to Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA (105.32), was sold on the 14th January 1966 to Alfa Romeo Inc., Newark, U.S.A. The body color is red AR501, with black interiors.

1967
• February 18 - Advertised in Competition Press & Autoweek, Page 19.
o 1967 ALFA GTA – “Probably the last new GTA in the states. We will offer a special price on this model now available for immediate delivery. Grand Prix Motors for Alfa, Datsun, Jaguar and Lotus. 1246 E. College Ave., State College, PA.”; (814) 238-0593.
• July 10 - Sold by Grand Prix Motors of State College, PA to Robert Bruce Perry.
• August; The New Hope Auto Show, New Hope, PA
• Driven on the street by Mr. Perry.
• Rallies, Autocross and Ice Trials

1968
• 1st Place in Class in the Western New York SCCA Autocross Championship Series.
o Used race tires, the “big thing back then”
o Trophy
• 1st Place Overall in the Western New York SCCA Autocross Championship Series.
o Used race tires, the “big thing back then”
o Trophy

1969
• 3rd Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association; Touring IV Class.
o April 12 - 22nd Hershey Hill Climb, Appalachian Sports Car Club # 156 - Alfa Romeo - Bruce Perry - 5th Place
o May 24 – 5th Annual Jefferson Hill Climb # 561 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 5th Place
o June 21 – Second Annual Tuscarora Mt. Hill Climb, McConnellsburg, PA # 561 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry - 3rd Place. First event with open exhaust.
o August 30 - 9th Annual Fleetwood Hill Climb, Duryea Sports Car Club # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place. First event with AUSCA race engine.
o September 20 – 5th Annual Rose Valley Hill Climb, Sports Touring Club, Williamsport, PA # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Trophy – 1st Place. Trophy – Fastest time of the day. September 21, 1969, Grit Sports Section Newspaper, article.
o September 27 – 9th Annual Weatherly Hill Climb “ The Impossible One Minute Mile”. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 4th Place
o October 25 – 23rd Hershey Hill Climb, Appalachian SCCA. # 156 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry – 1st Place
• 1st Place in Class in the Western New York SCCA Autocross championship series.
o Used race tires, the “big thing back then”.
o Trophy
• August 22;
o Installed an AUSCA competition engine from Ron Neal. This engine came out of the Alfa Romeo GTA driven by Ed Wachs (not the car offered here) which crashed in the big car pileup Trans Am race at Le Circuit Mt. Tremblant, St. Jovite, Quebec, Canada, on August 3 1969.
o Installed upper adjustable links.

1970
• 1st Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association; Touring IV Class.
o Trophy
o April 25 – Hershey Hill Climb, Appalachian Sports Car Club. # 156 – Alfa Romeo GTA – Bruce Perry – 2nd Place
o May 23 - Sixth Annual Jefferson Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o June 5 – 20th Annual Duryea Hill Climb. # 156 - Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o June 20 – Third Annual Tuscarora Mountain Hill Climb, Franklin Country Sports Car Club. # 156 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry – 1st Place
o July 25 – Giants Despair Race Week. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place.
o World Car Guide Nov 1970 Article: Set new Touring category record at Giant’s Despair Solo I Contest.
o August 8 – 3rd Annual Topton Hill Climb. Town & Country Sports Car Club. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o September 5 – 10th Annual Fleetwood Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place
o September 26 – 6th Annual Rose Valley Hill Climb, Trout Run Penna. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Trophy – Fastest time of the day
o October 10 – 10th Annual Weatherly Hill Climb “ The Impossible One Minute Mile”. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Trophy – 1st Place
o October 25 – 25th Hershey Hill Climb. # 156 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry – 1st Place
• September 12 - Watkins Glen, Criterion of Aces, Solo I, BS
o # 56 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo - 1st Place
• 1st Place in the AVSCA Ice Trails
o Trophy - First in Class
• Installed a sliding block and all the stuff in the Alfa competition notebook.

1971
• 3rd Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association, Touring IV Class
o May 15 – Seventh Annual Jefferson Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o June 4 – 21st Annual Duryea Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 3rd Place. Olean Times Herald article.
o June 19 – Fourth Annual Tuscarora Mountain Hill Climb, Franklin County Sports Car Club. # 156 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry – 2nd Place
o July 24 – Giants Despair Race Week. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 3rd Place
o August 7 – 4th Annual Topton Hill Climb, Town & Country Sports Car Club. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 3rd Place
o September 4 – 11th Annual Fleetwood Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo GTA – 2nd Place
o September 25 – 7th Annual Rose Valley Hill Climb, Trout Run, Penna. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo GTA – 4th Place
o October 9 –11th Annual Weatherly Hill Climb “ The Impossible One Minute Mile”. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 4th Place
• July 4 – Summit Point, N.E. Division Solo I Championship, BS
o # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
• August 8 – The Watkins Glen Challenge II, Solo I, BS
o # 56 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
• “The racing engine idea had caught on! The 2.0l cars with full racing engines had a lot of torque, or maybe, my engine was getting tired, or maybe they were faster this year”...…..Bruce Perry
• March 29 - Installed Shankle Automotive Engineering exhaust system.

1972
• 4th Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association, Touring IV Class
o May 20 – 1st Annual Pine Groove Hill Climb, The Lebanon Valley Sports and Touring club. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 4th Place
o June 3 – 22nd Annual Duryea Hill Climb, Blue Mountain Region S.C.C.A. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 5th Place
o June 10 – XVI Annual Ellenville Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo 1st Place
o August 19 – 8th Annual Rose Valley Hill Climb, Trout Run, Penna. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 3rd Place
o September 16 – Fifth Annual Tuscarora Mountain Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 4th Place
o October 20 – Pagoda Hill Climb, Reading, PA. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 5th Place
o October 14 – 12th Annual Weatherly Hill Climb “The Impossible One Minute Mile”. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 4th Place
• August – The Watkins Glen Challenge III, Solo I, BS
o # 56 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
• October 19 – Camp Shand Hill Climb
o # 156 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry – 4th Place
• April 12 - Installed rear arches
• Bruce Perry’s sabbatical from fall of 1972 to June of 1973

1973
• Mr. Perry decided to go Road Racing.
• Painted Red / Blue – The “Chequered Look”
• August 12 - Converted to GTA Jr;
o Installed a 1300 cc engine, bought from Rasey Feezell to run the car in the C Sedan SCCA class.
o There was no class for a GTA with a 1600cc engine. Trans Am was not allowed to run B Sedan.
o SCCA recognized the GTA Jr. 1300 as being eligible to compete in sedan category Class C Sedan.
• 5th Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association, C Sedan Class
o August 18 – 9th Annual Rose Valley Hill Climb – Trout Run Penna. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 4th Place (DNF)
o August 24 – Second Annual Pagoda Hill Climb, Duryea Drive. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 6th Place
o September 1 – 6th Annual Tuscarora Mountain Hill Climb. # 156 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Trophy – 1st Place
• September 4 - SCCA Vehicle Log Book - C Sedan-Identity No. 043-56
o History of the Log Book from Jim Weber - April, 2010: “Sometime around 20 years ago; Bruce Perry gave a package to Ted Atkins which included historical correspondence between Ted and Bruce, photographs of the car and the SCCA logbook. Ted gave it to me to provide to the owner of the car. Two moves and many years later, I discovered the fact that the car was at Roman's and I gave the materials to Bernie to pass on to the owner.
Jim Weber”
• September 8 – Western New York Drivers School
o SCCA Vehicle Log Book record
o First Road Race event
o Used intermediate tires that had the “back end skidding”.
o Rollover with extensive sheet metal damage to front & top. Sheet metal damage to right front.

1974
• 2nd Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association, C Sedan Class
o May 18 – 3rd Annual Pine Groove Hill Climb. # 42 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Trophy. Bobcor Comparts Inc. 1st Place Award Winning price
o July 13 – The 69th Giants Despair Hill Climb. # 42 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place. New engine; did not run quite right.
o July 27 – 2nd Annual Red Rock Hill Climb, Bradford, PA. # 42 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. The Bradford Era article; Set Class record. Times Herald article. Bobcor Comparts Inc. 1st Place Award Winning price
o August 30 – 1974 Pagoda Hill Climb. # 42 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o September 14 – 2nd Annual Schaeffertsown Hill Climb. # 42 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o October 12 – 14th Annual Weatherly Hill Climb “The Incredible One Minute Mile”. # 42 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
• New York State Road Racing Championship, SCCA, C Sedan Class
o May 26 – 18th Lake Erie Invitational Races, Nelson Ledges Motorsports Course, Garrettsville, OH. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 47 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo - 2nd Place (DNF). Trophy – Fastest class qualifier. 5.37 rear end. Qualified 2nd, led race until flat tire.
o September 21 & 22 – Kars for Kids, Regional Championship Races, Summit Point Raceway, Summit Point, VA. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. Sept. 21 - # 40 – Bruce Perry - Alfa Romeo – 3rd Place. Sept. 22 - # 40 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 5th Place
o October 19 – 10th Annual Finger Lakes Invitational Regional Races, Watkins Glen Grand Prix Circuit. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 42 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 10th Place. Ran with a broken axle.

1975
• Lucky # 7 became available.
• Painted “Bicentennial Brown” – A popular color at the time. Added “Yellow Dog Garage” livery.
• 2nd Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association, C Sedan Class
o April 26 – Goldmine Hill Climb. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o May 10 – 4th Annual Pine Grove Hill Climb. # 7 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry – 2nd Place
o June 7 – 25th Annual Duryea Hill Climb “Rain or Shine”. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o July 26 – The 70th Giants Despair Hill Climb. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place
o August 30 – Pagoda Hill Climb. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o September 13 – 3rd Annual Red Rock Hill Climb, Bradford, PA. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
• 1st Place Northeast Division SCCA Solo I Championship
• 1st Place in the New York State Road Racing Championship, SCCA, C Sedan Class
o Trophy
o May 25 – 19th Lake Erie Invitational Races, Nelson Ledges Motorsports Course, Garrettsville, OH. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – DNF
o June 1 – Glen 100, Watkins Glen Grand Prix Course. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o August 2 – Mohawk Hudson Region SCCA, Lime Rock Park. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – DNS Broken front RH wheel in 2nd practice. Crash that led to the “Bicentennial Brown” paint scheme
o September 27 – Nelson Enduro & Championship Series, Nelson Ledges, OH. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place
o October 17 - 11th Annual Finger Lakes Invitational Regional Races, Watkins Glen Grand Prix Circuit. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 5th Place
o October 26 – The Great Pumpkin Affair, SCCA Regional Race Championship, Nelson Ledges. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 17 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Trophy – 1st Place. Clinched championship.

1976
• February 14; Had Prototype Engineering rebuild and dyno 1300 twin plug engine. The Engine dyno sheet showed 141.2 hp and 89 lb. of torque.
• July 26; Had Prototype Engineering rebuilt and dyno 1300 twin plug engine, repaired damage from bottom end failure – “The Great Blow Up”.
• 1st Place in the Pennsylvania Hill Climb Association, C Sedan Class
o Trophy – 1st Place
o April 24 – A.S.C.C. Goldmine Hill Climb. # 7 – Alfa Romeo – Bruce Perry – 1st Place. Trophy – 1st Place. New Prototype Engineering engine
o May 15 – 5th Annual Pine Grove Hill Climb. # 7 – Alfa Romeo - Bruce Perry – 1st Place. Trophy – 1st Place
o August 21 – Pagoda Hill Climb. 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Rebuilt Prototype Engineering engine
o September 18 – 4th Annual Red Rock Hill Climb. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place
o October 9 – 16th Annual Weatherly Hill Climb “The Incredible One minute Mile”. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place. Trophy – 1st Place. Last Hill Climb entered. 1st Place in the New York State Road Racing Championship, SCCA, C Sedan Class
o May 1 – Mahoning Valley Nelson Opener Regional, Nelson Ledges Motorsports Course, Garrettsville, OH. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 71 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place
o May 30 - 20th Lake Erie Invitational Races, Nelson Ledges Motorsports Course, Garrettsville, OH. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 71 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 4th Place (DNF). Suffered the “Great Blow Up”.
o August 15 – 20th Anniversary 1956-1976, The Glen Region Nationals, Watkins Glen. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 71 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 5th Place. First and only SCCA National Race. Rain event
o August 29 – Watkins Glen Grand Prix Race Course. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 2nd Place
o October 23 & 24 - 12th Annual Finger Lakes Invitational Regional Races, Watkins Glen Grand Prix Circuit. SCCA Vehicle Log Book record. Oct 23 - # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo - 1st Place. Oct 24 - # 7 - Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – 1st Place
o October 30 – The Great Pumpkin Affair, SCCA Regional Race Championship, Nelson Ledges. # 7 – Bruce Perry – Alfa Romeo – NA. Coming around a faster portion of the track, there is a left bend, the last turn of the circuit. Upon entering turn 12, the car started spinning to the grass, it was all good until the car hit a drain ditch and flipped. Last event entered.

1977
• February 26 – Bruce Perry sent a letter to Ted Atkins to offer the car, based on “wanted” add from Ted Atkins on the Alfa Owner March issue.
• March – Ted Atkins’s add on the Alfa Owner March issue:
o FOR SALE OR TRADE: “Tube headers with collector for 101 cars (no longer available for Alfa); $85; MotoLita 14 Leather steering wheel with two hubs to fit any Alfa, $40; 4-14x151/2 stock wheels, $40; 1969 injection pump, $75; injector and lines, $50; complete set-up, $100; 175- cams, $40 a pair. Will sell what I’ve got or trade for any of the following: complete rear axle from a 115 model or any rear axle with LSD; close ratio gear set, or complete CR gearbox; set of Konis (105 cars); set of 10mm cams (no regrinds); steering box for a 1750 (any 1969 model); 1600 GTA engine. Will purchase any of the above as well as a GTA or GTA Jr. complete. Ted Atkins 245 Tulip Hill Drive, Nashville, TN 37214, (615) 327-3200 days.”
• March - GTA sold to Ted Atkins and then to a subsequent owner, name not recorded.
o Ted Adkins got the GTA to use the 1300 twin spark engine in a Zink CSR, he installed a stock 1600 super engine back in the GTA.
o GTA sold with stock 1600 super engine to subsequent new owner.
• May – Bruce Perry’s add on the Alfa Owner May issue:
o FOR SALE: “1967 GTA Junior. Rolled Over. Damaged roof and right rear quarter. Straight chassis. Ron Neal engine with only four races on it. Sliding block, Campagnolas, etc. Have new windows plus most street equipment. This is a fast, competitive car. 1975 and 1976 NY state road racing championships and 1976 PA hillclimb champion. It would make great restoration or pound it out and race it. I’ve bought another Alfa. $2,750. Might sell less engine or take interesting, good running, trade. Bruce Perry, 56 Vista Circle, Bradford, PA 16701.”
• May;
o Subsequent new owner’s father traded in the GTA for a GLC Mazda.
o The Mazda of Nashville sold the car to the Nashville Alfa Romeo, were Ted Atkins worked.
o The Nashville Alfa Romeo then sold the GTA back to Ted Atkins.
o After realizing he could not fit in the Zink CSR, Ted swapped back engines and re-installed the 1300 twin spark in the GTA.

1980
• June 19 - Prototype Engineering 1300 twin spark engine sold to Bruce Perry to be used in the Ammen - Gary Rutherford GTA Jr.
• July 8 - GTA sold to Mark Petrelli from, New Jersey. Ted Atkins was at the time living in Florida, they met halfway at the Runoffs at Road Atlanta, and exchanged parts. Then Petrelli sent someone down to Florida to get the chassis. He had good ARI/Autodelta connections through a family member; Mark kept the car in storage until he did some kind of trade with Roman Tucker, actually Romans dad, Robert.

1986
• GTA sold to Robert Tucker; the car went to Michigan, it's a long story involving Ed Zink, a member of the Hee Haw TV show cast, and an Optometrist on the Jersey shore. Robert kept in storage at Roman Auto Prep.

2009
• January; Car sold to present owner.
• Restoration with exacting detail to as raced in 1975 specification.

2010
• August 12-15 – Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, Mazda Raceway, Laguna Seca, CA
o # 171 – present owner – 1965 Alfa Romeo GTA - Group 5B
• September 9-12 – US Vintage Grand Prix, Watkins Glen, NY

The cosmetic aspects of the restoration work was performed by Alfa GTA specialist Roman Tucker at Roman Auto Prep, and was a rotisserie-style endeavor, with the entire car having been disassembled down to the bare shell. The resulting finish is not only completed to exacting specifications of its 1975 trim and presentation, but is exceptionally nice in terms of paint quality and detail work. While built of for track use, this is a car that an owner could be equally proud of on the concours field.

Mechanically aspects of the restoration were also carried out by Roman Auto Prep. The following is a detailed list of the current mechanical specifications:
• 1750 twin plug engine
• GTA radiator
• GTA air scoop
• Oil cooler
• 45mm Webers
• Air filters – that can be easily removed for the track
• Custom oil catch can
• Custom water catch can
• Magnesium sump
• GTA type oil cartridge
• GTA sliding block with 5.12 rear end
• GTA gearbox with ratios: 1st 2.76 / 2nd 1.78 / 3rd 1.26 / 4th 1.00 / 5th .85
• “Hidden” brake balance bar
• Full Trans-Am roll cage
• 5 point Simpson seat belts
• SW gauges
• Stewart Jones tachometer
• AUSCA valve cover
• Race studs
• Wheel spacers
• Wink mirror – just like the car had back in the day
• Momo Prototipo steering wheel and original wood wheel on the side
• The GTA sign on the trunk lid is the original one
• Custom reproduction of Shankle headers, per the history of the car
• GTA shrouds in engine compartment
• Custom wire plugs, just like the ones provided by Ron Neal at AUSCA.
• 15 gal fuel cell
• GTA sway bar
• New brakes with Carbotech pads
• Capagnolo 14x6 wheels
• Trans -Am seat
• Sparco seat base on the side
• Spare magnesium bell housing
• Koni yellow shocks
• Steel braided brake hoses
• Newer design driveline donut
• Fire extinguisher
• Fuel cell with level indicator

Since completion the car has successfully competed in the Monterey Historics, and was also a participant at the Watkins Glen “100 Years of Alfa Romeo”, re-enactment in downtown.

Included with the sale is an extra magnesium bell housing, an original wood steering wheel and wheel covers, a hood prop rod, and extra Sparco seat base, a display story board for the paddock, a car cover and an AMB transponder. Included within the massive documentation file is the following:
• Complete history of the car
o Copies of original invoice
o History of the car
o Copies or all the letters from owners of the car
o Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion Paperwork. 2010 Program. 2011. Program with 2011 results
o Alfa Owner Magazines – related to the history of the car
o Complete racing history from 1969-1976
o Set up sheets - originals
o Watkins Glen and Laguna Seca set up sheets
o CD with all the files and pictures of the car
• Period photos
• Restoration process photos
• Recent competition photos

Exceptionally well documented and restored, and eligible for a growing number of top-tier events worldwide, this Alfa GTA is an ideal acquisition for the show-minded enthusiast who might one day go vintage racing, the historic racer who might like to show a car on occasion, or the historical aficionado interested in owning an authentic piece of Alfa racing history.

 


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