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Alfa Junior Zagato 1600

Fantastic and rare Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato 1600. This example is one of the last built in November 1973 and one of only 402 made in total. The car was originally delivered in Germany and is still retains it’s German title. The white color is original, rare and suits the car very well. Overall condition is excellent, the floor looks like new and has never been welded (best I’ve ever seen). The sides have been resprayed last year but the rest is still the original paint. Important with a Zagato is that the interior still retains the original carpets, steering wheel plus it still has the original Zagato/GTA wheels. The 1600 engine plus gearbox have just been completely overhauled and since the car has done only 100 kilometers. In my opinion a 1600 Zagato is still undervalued as only 402 have been made and it is one of the best driving cars in the Alfa 105 series.

Price: Euro 72.500,-

Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Bertone

Probably the most recognisable vintage / classic Alfa, this is the GTV 2000 by Bertone. This example is a well maintained, no cost spared example from 1973. It’s been in single ownership for roughly 25 years and the owner has made lot’s of serious improvements to make the car drive better and faster. It boasts an upgraded 2 litre engine with high compression pistons and special cams which makes it a seriously quick car (approx 155 BHP). The suspension has been lowered and it has Bilstein shocks at the front and red Koni’s at the rear. The brakes have been upgraded and are larger Montreal discs (vented). It also has a limited slip diff. Cosmetically, it wears new GTA wheels, Recaro seats (original interior comes with the car), Nardi steering wheel, back-seat diamond motive cover etc. This car really drives wonderfully and gives you a smile on your face constantly!


Giulia Spider Rallycar from 1964


Giulietta’s have always been adorable cars, especially the Spider versions. This example is a very solid Giulia 1600 Spider from 1964 which has been upgraded to participate in vintage rally’s. It was converted about 5 years ago, it started with strengthening the sills followed by a repaint. A 1750 engine was installed for extra power and smoothness plus improving the handling with upgrading the suspension (springs & dampers) + a limited slip diff. It further received rally seats and all the necessary rally equipment incl. a Speedpilot and GTI trip master (all included in the sale). The car comes with a very extensive maintenance file and invoices from the past 15 years. We just performed a major service and also overhauled the gearbox so the car in ready to be enjoyed in the next rally. Being a 1964 car, it also benefits from having front disc-brakes instead of drums all-around, together with the extra power and better handling makes this a great driver. Not a show car but a great looking and driving rallycar for a very affordable price.


Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1600 Bollino D'oro


This is one of the most sought-after models of the Giulia Super range… it’s the 1600 Bollino D’oro from 1967 (one of the last). It basically is the Giulia Super version of the GT Veloce. Produced in limited numbers this model had some subtle changes in seats, dash, chrome and badges and some styling elements like small bumper stops from the earlier series but benefitting from a 1600 engine with 2 Webber carburettors resulting a a higher output. This example # 00536 in Verde Muschio is in amazing original condition. Most of the car still has it’s original paint and the car has never been welded like most (floors are impeccable). The all original interior is simply stunning and in perfect condition with original carpets. The dash is crisp and still has it’s original radio (working). The car originally came from France and was imported in Holland some 10 years ago (hence the yellow lights). We recently conducted a big service so it’s ready to enjoy.


Alfa 75 3.0 V6 America


Alfa 75 3.0 V6 America from 1990. To many, this is the last real Alfa together with the SZ/RZ. Rear-wheel drive + Alfa famous 3.0 V6 makes this a real smooth car to drive. The sound of the V6 alone is worth the purchase of this car… It’s a second owner car and the current owner has maintained it perfectly with no expenses spared. A few years ago the engine was overhauled and the car has only covered a few thousand kilometers since (total kilometers are 218.000). The airco was also replaced and the MOT is valid till mid 2015. Upgrades are a Recaro drivers seat, Ronal wheels (an extra set for winter gyres is available) and a wooden steeling wheel. Very well maintained and in great condition.


Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato Rallycar


One of the best Alfa rallycars we’ve ever seen with lot’s of succesfull finishes in le Jog, Delta rally, Flaminia etc. The base is a 1300 Junior Zagato from 1971 which has been comletely restored in 2000 (incl foto report). The body has been strenghtened for rally use and the engine is a Savali prepared 1600 with 150 BHP. It also has a 50% Ltd slip diff, double brake system, bigger brakes, alloy undertray etc. It comes with all the necessary rally equipment and can be used immediately. This car drives fantastic can can win any rally. Another advantage is that Zagato’s are going up in value so one can enjoy vintage rallying and still have a solid investment.


Giulietta Sprint Veloce 1300 Racecar

Finding a proper Alfa Giulietta racecar can be a challenge, but finding a real Veloce with period racing history is nearly impossible… but, here it is; an original 1958 Giulietta Sprint Veloce 1300 (VYX 2) with documented racing history since 1959. It was bought new by Mr. Sheperd-Barron from the UK (always been a LHD) and was immediately converted to race-spec for the 1959 UK Production Sports-Car Championship. It proved to be very competitive in fighting with the likes of Clark in his Lotus Elite and won no less than eight 1st places, ten 2nd and six 3rd (out of 32 outings). Mr. Barron continued to campaign VYX 2 succesfully in the 1960 season before selling it to Mr. Tony Sanderson at the end of the 1960 season. After some time, the car ended-up back in Italy where it was bought in 1987 and brought to the Netherlands. It was then fully restored and prepared according to FIA classic race spec. Since then, the car has extensively campaigned in the European classic race scene. The car will be offered for immediate use and comes with FIA passport and lots of period race documentation and some pictures. Rare opportunity.


Giulia Sprint GT Stepnose 1600 Rally from 1964

Lovely Giulia Sprint GT 1600 from 1964, never restored and matching numbers. This is the 1st series Stepnose in it’s original and stunning Blue Petrol color. The car comes with various documents such as a copy of the original Italian title, ASI certificate, Extract from Alfa’s Centro Storico (verifying the engine & color) and also the FIVA Identity card (for rallies). It was imported into the Netherlands from Italy in 2002. In 2002 it was technically overhauled and converted to rally spec. Details are; original 1600 engine with sport cams & improved head, limited slip diff, larger brakes, yellow & red Koni shocks, raly springs, 27mm anti roll-bar, rally lights, period sport seats & GTI Rally Twin. The original seats and brakes are still with the car. It’s participated extensively and succesfully in various rallies over the last 10 years, amongs them 8 Tulip rallies. The car has never been subject to restoration but only benefitted from a recent respray (due to small rally scars) and has just received a major service and can be used for rallies immediately. These 1st series are rare and are going up in value fast.


Alfa GTV 6 Rallycar









Alfa Romeo GTV 6 3.0 Trackday / Rallycar: Great & agressive looking GTV 6 with many quality upgrades so it can be used for yougtimer rallies / hill-climbs & trackdays. The car is from 1981 (1st series) and was imported to the Netherlands in 2000. In total it has covered around 120.000 km. Bodywork and a complete respray was done in 2002 so it’s a very solid & crisp looking example. In 2005 it received the current upgrades which include: 3.0 V6 QV engine with 210 BHP, special exhaust manifolds, Koni shocks, stiffer springs, thicker anti-rollbar etc. The roll-cage is welded & high quality FIA appoved seats, harnass, fire extinguisher were installed. It also has a Terratrip tripmaster for rally use & expensive lightweight OZ alloys. Since the engine was installed in 2005, it has not done more than 10.000 km and a few hobby rallies & hillclimbs. The cost of the upgrades alone is worth the asking price. Not to mention that the original engine, interior & wheels are still with the car.


Giulia Super Restored and Upgraded

Minty & stunning Alfa Giulia Super with lot’s of special upgrades. The car looks like it was restored a year ago but in fact it has been 15 years (fully documented). The car looks as new, also from underneath and drives increadibly well and fast. The basis is one of the last Giulia Nuova Super 1600 made in 1977 but converted to the older style Giulia with all original period parts. The list of conversions is endless but here are the most important ones; 2.0 Squadra Bianca engine  with alloy flywheel, 123-ignition, inlet-extenders for extra tork. Output is approx. 160-170 bhp and it has done approx. 15.000 km. The suspension was lowered, with adjustable trailing arms, yellow Bilstein upfront & yellow Koni’s at the back, 27mm stabi. Montreal rear-axle with limited slip diff. Brakes are 2.0 withe new calipers & better pads. Brand new high grade 60mm exhaust (front to back). Cromodora 6J Alfa wheels. The interior is perfect with new Cobra Classic seats (originals come with the car) & Nardi steering wheel. Perfect fast road car which can easily be used for trackdays and with minor changes used for Classic rallies. The car was originally delivered in the Netherlands and comes with the original service book.


Alfa TZ1 Superb Recreation

In my book, the TZ1 is one of the most beautiful cars ever made; clean elegant lines with the sole purpose of winning races & rallies which it did in the mid 60’s, beating Porsche’s and Ferrari’s. It was so fast because it was light (700kg) and advanced, having a tube-frame with alloy body, independent suspension & disc brakes all round and Alfa’s DOHC 1.600cc engine (some with double ignition). This example is one of the best and most faithfull re-creations made by some of the best specialists with no cost spared. It took 15 years to finish, mainly because as much original parts as possible needed to be found (chassis + some important parts were bought together with an original Le Mans TZ1, 20 years ago). These include original; racing fuelltank, gearbox, diff & brakes, engine parts and radiator, steering box and radiator & side window frames.  Engine is the latest spec with GTA head and double ignition having approximately 135 bhp, it has mild cams, ideal for rally use and runs very smoothly. Upon request we can install racing cams which will increase power to at least 160 bhp. The car has been on the dyno and has done approx. 800 kilometers, including 3 vintage car events in the Netherlands. It truly drives exceptionally. The interior has been made exactly like the original spec with the original materials. With the last original example selling for 627.000 euro, this is example is a very good and much cheaper alternative which is perfect for vintage racing or rallying without having to worry about damaging a piece of automotive history but with all the joys such a car brings. More pics & info on request (serious enquiries only please).


6C 1900 Convertible from 1933

Alfa Romeo 6C 1900 Convertible one-off from 1933: Very rare & original motorcar which was built in a small series after the 1750. All had coach body’s except this one. Delivered to the UK in 1933, the first picture shows the car in 1934 in it’s original blue paint scheme. The first owner kept the car until 1970. Second owner was Filipinetti who re-painted the car in it’s current Alfa red. Afterwards it went to France and the current 4th owner is enjoying the car for nearly 10 years now. Apart from the respray, the car is very original, the body has never been off the chassis and the interior is also nearly all original. Technically, the car is very interesting because it shares some parts with the 8C. It has an 8C chassis, gearbox with synchro on 3&4 & larger brakes. Both chassis and engine have matching numbers. Overall a timewarp motorcar for the tre pre-war Alfa enthusiast. Eligible for all major events including the Mille Miglia.


Giulia Super Biscione semi Rally prepared

Lovely Giulia Super Biscione from 1971 in great condition. Very solid original car in one of the nicest colors for this model; Bianco Spino. Very clean interior & dash with black leather seats. The car has been upgraded with some rally specs (not too extreme) which makes it a delight to drive. Upgrades include; 2.0 litre engine (by Arese), 50% limited slip diff, thicker anti-roll bar, red Koni shocks, slightly lowered springs, special alloy undertray & electronic trip master. The replica TZ wheels suit the car perfectly and make it look like a real Ti (original wheels come with the car). Dutch MOT till December 2011. Great quality & specs for this price.


Giulietta Sprint Veloce from 1961

One of the nicest and most original Sprint Veloce’s I’ve seen, looks like it left the factory a week ago! The car was imported from the US 7 years ago where it was unused since 1976. The following 2 years were spent restoring the car completely to the highest standards possible and to original specs (same baby-blue color, trim etc). All mechanical parts were fully restored & overhauled. In the past 5 years the car has done approximately 5.000km and is in impeccable condition and looks like new (also underneath). It’s an original 1300 Veloce , matching numbers with double Weber’s (still the original ones), special cams, large 80 litre fueltank etc. It was made in 1961 and sold in 1963. The car comes with a lot of original papers, original keys, instruction book, warranty card, service & mileage record, shop manual, original toolkit and lot’s of (pre) resoration pictures. It also still retains it’s original radio. Surely one of the best in the market. More pics on request.


NEW Alfetta GTV from 1980 with 201 km.

Yes, it still happens… finding a classic car in like new condition. This Alfetta GTV 2.0 is 31 years old but has only done 201 original kilometers. We’ve had it for quite some years already but originally purchased the car in Italy. It’s a sad story but we purchased it from a widow whose hustband bought the car new but died the day after. It’s always been in dry-storage and is truly a new car. It’s also the desirable 2 litre first version with steel bumpers from 1980. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity.