Transmission: Manual - 5 Speed
**VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY PLEASE**
According to Alfa Romeo Automobilisimo Storico, the chassis number AR 177366 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale (101.20), manufactured on the 20th February 1962 and sold on the 23rd February 1962 to l'A.Ro.Bel., Brussels, Belgium.
We bought this car from its long term Belgium octogenarian owner well known in the historic car fraternity out there.
This Sprint Speciale is a beautiful example, presenting exceptionally both above and below the car. So often lesser examples suffer from poor body and panel fit, this car has perfect panel gaps throughout and is body colour underneath, so the excellent structure is obvious to observe.
In preparation for sale we gave the car to 750/101 specialist Chris Robinson of RM Restorations who fully inspected it throughout and carried out preparation work for us.
We have carried out the following work and improvements - fitted Classic Alfa 10.7mm lift camshafts (originals retained), re shimmed valve clearances, new stainless steel exhaust system, replaced all brake slave cylinders with Alfa Stops high quality billet cylinders to the front and original Girling to the rear, fitted Chris Robinson designed Classic Alfa fast road springs and uprated front anti roll bar and rear suspension 'A' frame ball joint and bushes.
The works we have carried out on this Sprint Speciale makes it a wonderful example of this rare model and is ready for a new owner to covet and enjoy.
Since completion this Sprint Special has been the subject of a full photo shoot by award winning photographer James Mann for an upcoming book 'The Art of the Sports Car' and a copy of the book will be provided to the new owner on publication.