Market Finds: No Bruises on This Alfa

No Bruises on This Alfa

By Petrolicious Productions
August 26, 2014

The car: 1972 Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior

Price: £15,950 (as stated)

Location: Dublin, Ireland

Seller’s Info: Click Here

This Alfa might be black and Blu (Olandese), but it’s far from beaten up. According to its owner, it’s “original and without modifications” and 99.9 percent free of corrosion. However, it does come with an “original Italian log book and some service history.” In terms of the automaker’s history, the Junior filled the shoes of its predecessor, the Giulietta Sprint.

The “very positive” five-speed manual gearbox is connected to 4.56 gears in the back and an 89-bhp DOHC 1.3-liter I4 up front. Such a combination is good for a 0-60 mph run in the 12-second range. A pair of Weber carburetors was original equipment for these entry-level Alfa coupes back in the ’70s, as were disc brakes. The latter helped these Bertone-styled two-doors come to a stop from a maximum speed of over 100 mph.

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Petrolicious makes no claim as to the accuracy of the information contained in the car’s original listing, nor will it be held responsible for any errors in said information. If you’re interested in this car, do your homework and research it extensively before you buy.

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8 years ago

I dream about this car in my garage as my first car collection…but not tomorrow I’m just student..

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8 years ago
Reply to  hennon

I understand, so do I. Mmm, glorious car.
And finally… new Giulia. 🙂

8 years ago

rear suspension seems to need adjustment – the car is awkwardly high in the rear…. apart from that looks great