Films: Homologation Specials: 1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce ‘Alleggerita’
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Homologation Specials: 1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce ‘Alleggerita’

Masterfully shaped, ingeniously engineered, this rare lightweight is a beautiful piece of Italy’s post-war return to high performance.
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Larry KirkpatrickKahlil BrewingtonAlfabetaBetaCetaGuy Lammarclaes@werntoft.se Recent comment authors
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Larry Kirkpatrick
Larry Kirkpatrick

Really choice car and presentation. A car to live for!

Kahlil Brewington
Kahlil Brewington

A gorgeous vehicle, fantastic cinematography, overall great production.

AlfabetaBetaCeta
AlfabetaBetaCeta

Well!! Memories!!!

I was lucky enough to buy a well-used example from Dan Margulies in West London in 1965 or thereabouts. He had no idea it was an Alleggerita and I didn’t either until I sold it 2 years later. A fabulous car to drive but I was too inexperienced to make the most if it.

Happy memories ‘though.

Guy Lammar
Guy Lammar

the presentation is just fabulous and the passion in it contagious!

claes@werntoft.se
claes@werntoft.se

Fantastic video! It contains all the elements that made me love Petrolicous and take the step to become a founding member, great engine sound, great footage and in perfect surroundings.
And Alain de Cadenet is such a pro, I remember him as a presenter in the Victory of Design series, very enthusiastic and cool. Keep up the good work!

Tiger100
Tiger100

Lovely little car.

For the Alfa collectors. What is a tunnel cased gearbox ?

motoverde
motoverde

Great to see Alain in this video. Well done.

wmaloney
wmaloney

Alain de Cadenet and Alfa Romeo – two of my favorites. Great video, thanks.