The Alfa Romeo Guilia GTC owes its origins to the Alfa Romeo Guilia Sprint GT. Unlike the Sprint GT, this gem was not designed by Bertone but owes its design to Carrozzeria Touring. Touring made only 899 left-hand drive versions of this convertible. Production ran from 1964 to 1966 and it was presented to the press at the Monza race track on 4 March 1965. The general public could catch sight of the GTC at the Geneva Motorshow in 1965.
The "Letter Box", which refers to the slit in the bonnet, could not be missing from this creation either. In addition to the convertible hood, the GTC also distinguished itself with the black dashboard instead of the grey one. The chassis was strengthened at the factory, which matched its incredible features. Shortly after the production of the GTC, Carrozzeria Touring found themselves in difficult circumstances and were declared bankrupt, making the GTC one of their last creations.
The 1570cc engine does not disappoint in this extremely nippy model. A sporty car with the necessary comfort. The car sounds like music to the ears and is a pearl to the eyes.
The Alfa Romeo GTC offered here dates from the year 1965 and comes in the magnifico Oliva Verde metallizatto. The car is since 2006 in the possession of a well-known Belgian collector who used this car mainly in Belgium and the south of France. An ideal 4-seater convertible for the whole family to enjoy. In 2005, the car received a completely new paint job for precision. If this was not enough, the car had a complete engine overhaul in 2018. The original interior is in exceptional condition and forms a very nice combination with the body colour. The Alfa Romeo is equipped with a new convertible top so you can enjoy it in all conditions.
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