1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTC75.000-95.000 EUR - No Reserve

Alfa Romeo Giulia GTC 

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French title
Chassis # AR 755208
Engine n° 13177

- Last coachbuilt vehicle by Touring
- French provenance
- In good working condition
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Reference Number 513000

as of 1/17/2018

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Salon Rétromobile Hall 1  Phone  +33 1 42 99 20 56  City  Porte de Versailles
75015 Porte de Versailles  Fax  +33 1 42 99 16 39  State  Paris
France  Mobile    Country  France France
Overview
Car 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTC
VIN AR 755208 
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Known History

Launched in 1964 to make the transition from the aging Giulia Spider to the yet-to-be-ready Duetto, the Giulia GTC is a four-seater convertible derived from the Giulia GT. It was Touring that was given the job of developing the bodywork, and only some 1000 were ever produced.

As confirmed by the historical department of Alfa Romeo, this GTC was produced on February 4, 1965 and was sold new in France on March 5 of the same year, with a red colored body and black skai upholstery. Its current owner acquired the car in 2009, when it belonged to a doctor from the Aisne region of France. The car was painted grey, in all likelihood some 15 years ago and is in a state of use. The few traces of corrosion, especially at the front, should be treated to avoid progression. The upholstery has also benefited from an older refurbishment, and the red leather displays a beautiful patina. A test drive with the owner made it possible to note that the mechanicals are functioning well, as well as all the electrical equipment, including the car radio Radiomatic. This rare GTC could be either the base for a restoration to the bodywork, or continue to be driven, thus taking full advantage of its very pleasant patina.