1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ Zagato CoupeSOLD

Red with Black interior, Restored, Exceptional Hsitory from New…

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This Alfa TZ1, Serial # 750 003 comes with photos and documentation from Le Mans 1964, Nurburgring 1000 Km 1964, Tour de France 1964, Cevennes 1964, Tour de Corse 1964, this TZ1 still has its original Italian title and originals plates as well as modern Belgium documents, FIVA documents and FIA documents.

After the 1964 season this TZ1 was sent back to Alfa Romeo (Balocco factory race track facility) where it was totally dismantled. Late 1964-65 it was put into storage in Milano where it stayed for the next 35 years. It was discovered in 2002 in original condition throughout. It must be the most original TZ one in existence as it still has its original body, bonnet, doors, etc. The original engine was not with the car but soon found and reunited with its original body.

This TZ1 was inspected by the FIA and its provenance has been verified prior to restoration. This TZ1 is supplied with its original engine although it is not currently installed. The original engine has been rebuilt to original 160 hp specifications with zero miles since rebuild, it has never been installed in the car. It was rebuilt by Ellegi Motori in Italy. The engine currently in the car was built in England by G&D, well-known for only building GTA and TZ Alfa engines. It is very special with over 200 hp plenty of torque and hp. The gearbox and limited slip was built by a well-known Belgian Alfa shop. The remainder of this car was restored by Tony Gillet who has also restored TZ 750075 for an English client.

Currently owned by Autosport Designs, Inc., this is a rare opportunity to own what may be the finest Alfa Romeo TZ1 available with excellent history and certainly eligible for some of the finest vintage automobile events I the world.

Reference Number 5657

as of 1/4/2007

Overview
Car 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ Zagato Coupe
VIN 750 003  
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Black 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Options Exterior: Alloy rims 
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Known History

Le Mans 1964,

Nurburgring 1000 Km 1964,

Tour de France 1964,

Cevennes 1964,

Tour de Corse 1964,