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Alfa Romeo, authenticated project 1972 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Project

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1972 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Project
Chassis no. AR3020061
• Sand blasted shell
• Ready for restoration

* Please note that this car will be available for viewing by prior appointment in Belgium.

First introduced in 1962, the early Giulia differed from the outwardly similar 101-Series Giulietta by virtue of its more powerful and much less fussy 1,570cc engine, which continued when the new 105-Series Giulia was introduced later that same year. Despite its boxy, unitary construction body, the newcomer was a paragon of aerodynamic efficiency and possessed a distinctly sporting nature - the 92bhp produced by its classic twin-cam four-cylinder engine - making the Giulia TI a genuine 100mph car.

Introduced in 1971, the 2000 GT Veloce (or GTV) was the last version of the classic 105-Series Alfa Romeo. Representing the final enlargement of Alfa's legendary twin-cam four, the 1,962cc engine produced 132bhp, which was delivered to the road via a five-speed gearbox and limited-slip differential. These lovely Italian coupes were purpose-built for spirited, high-revving driving and offer great performance and beautiful Bertone design in an approachable package.
This Alfa shell has been sand blasted and is ready to be restored or used as a donor. It comes with a 2.0-litre engine, rear end, wheels and tyres. Importantly, it also has an authentication certificate from Alfa Romeo. Imported from Washington State in 2020, the car has a clean USA title and all duties and taxes have been fully paid.

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1972 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Project
Chassis no. AR3020061
• Sand blasted shell
• Ready for restoration

* Please note that this car will be available for viewing by prior appointment in Belgium.

First introduced in 1962, the early Giulia differed from the outwardly similar 101-Series Giulietta by virtue of its more powerful and much less fussy 1,570cc engine, which continued when the new 105-Series Giulia was introduced later that same year. Despite its boxy, unitary construction body, the newcomer was a paragon of aerodynamic efficiency and possessed a distinctly sporting nature - the 92bhp produced by its classic twin-cam four-cylinder engine - making the Giulia TI a genuine 100mph car.

Introduced in 1971, the 2000 GT Veloce (or GTV) was the last version of the classic 105-Series Alfa Romeo. Representing the final enlargement of Alfa's legendary twin-cam four, the 1,962cc engine produced 132bhp, which was delivered to the road via a five-speed gearbox and limited-slip differential. These lovely Italian coupes were purpose-built for spirited, high-revving driving and offer great performance and beautiful Bertone design in an approachable package.
This Alfa shell has been sand blasted and is ready to be restored or used as a donor. It comes with a 2.0-litre engine, rear end, wheels and tyres. Importantly, it also has an authentication certificate from Alfa Romeo. Imported from Washington State in 2020, the car has a clean USA title and all duties and taxes have been fully paid.

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