Successful conversion from the GT 1300 Junior to the 2.0 GT Veloce
– 2.0 L DOHC 4-cylinder engine with 96 kW (131 hp) and 5-speed manual gearbox
– 2 vehicle owners, last registered owner since 2015, currently from a private collection
– Mileage according to invoices plausible
– Installation of the 2.0 L technology (engine, transmission, front axle, rear axle and brake system).
Series 105.21 (GTV), confirmed by TÜV report, see also available invoices
– 2019 installation of Weber double carburettor
– Underbody overhauled and welded
– New light alloy rims in GTA style
– Fuel pump renewed
– TÜV Classic Cars basic rating with condition grade 2-
– German registration documents and admission as historic vehicle
Good allover condition with signs of wear and typical Alfa Romeo driving pleasure
In 1962, Alfa Romeo presented the Giulia of the 105 series, the successor to the Giulietta, a sporty, four-door family saloon – and perhaps one of the greatest Alfa ranges of all time. A year later, a coupé version was added, with a slightly shorter wheelbase and even more powerful engines. This, combined with Giorgetto Giugiaro’s masterful design at Bertone, made it an extremely popular car. The model names changed constantly, there were said to be 16 different versions of the coupé, which is why they are generally referred to as “Bertone” for simplicity’s sake.
All engines were in-line four-cylinders with displacements between 1.3 and 2.0 litres and power ranging from 64 kW (87 hp) to 96 kW (131 hp). Even the smaller engines in the entry-level GT Junior were by no means overpowered by the kerb weight of just over one tonne.
A total of 222,000 examples of the “Bertone Coupé” were built during the 14-year production span, which ended in 1977. The remaining ones are mostly in collector’s hands and the prices are continuously rising.