1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint135.000 EUR - Asking Price

1956 ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA SPRINT

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Reference Number 596293

as of 10/23/2020

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Overview
Car 1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint
Exterior / Interior Color      Red /      Beige 
Condition Exceptional 
Mileage 50.000 km 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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Known History

According to the Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo, our chassis *02586*, which is still equipped with its original AR1315*02411* block, was produced on July 12th, 1956 and delivered on the 24th of the same month to the Spanish Ambassador in Vatican. Fernando María Castiella Maíz was born on December 9th 1907 in Bilbao, Spain. He was a diplomat and politician during the Francoist era, Professor of Private International Law, Ambassador of Spain in Peru and Vatican and Minister for Foreign Affairs between 1957 and 1969. He has been seduced by this small Alfa Romeo coupe that his wife Soledad Castiella Maíz (born Quijano Secades) registered upon their return in Madrid in 1959, when her husband became Minister of Foreign Affairs. His most important battle being Gilbraltar's future. He resigned in 1977 and became a member of the Board of the Banco Hispano Americano. He sold the Alfa Romeo to Mr. Antonio Velasco Martinez in 1977, as confirmed by the documents including the sale contract in the file, after 21 years of Dolce vita. The latter will keep the car until 2015, as shown by the periodic TCs in the file. The car has then been acquired by its current owner, who commissioned a complete restoration. We are therefore in presence of a third hand car, totally restored in its original configuration (the original steering wheel being provided) and ready to take part to any rally, including the famous "Mille Miglia", where it is eligible. So? Ready for the Dolce Vita?