The Alfa Romeo Giulia is a four-door sports sedan, that saw the light of day in 1962 as a successor to the Giulietta. The car's engine also originates in the Giulietta, but has been modified. Giulia was produced with 1.3L and 1.6L engines. In total, several different versions were produced during production until 1978. This particular model is the Giula Super, which has a 1.6L engine and, with the help of two double Weber carburetors, produces 100 hp, which moves the car from 0-100 km/h in 12 seconds via a five-speed transmission, and the speedometer hand stops at 175 km/h.
The car was manufactured on October 2nd, 1967 and then sold on October 4th, 1967 to Mr. Hans L. Andersen in Denmark. Restored in 1992 and exhibited at the Ostjyllands Veteranbilsamling in Losning. Purchased in 2002 by owner Peter Ruben Larsen, who then sold the car to us.