Ready, set: ’65 Alfa Sprint GT
The Giulia Sprint GT was the first model of Alfa’s new 105 series Coupes. It featured the original form of the Bertone body with the scalina or “step front” (the leading edge of the hood/bonnet sat 1/4 an inch above the nose of the car). These early cars are prized by Alfisti for their sharp design and nimble handling. And boy do they make nice race cars. They made the race ready GTAs that dominated their class and are now hugely collectible (big money). But what s great about Alfas, you can make one nearly as good on the track for less money and probably more enjoyment. And that is what we have found as a late addition to today’s offerings. A long time owner of a professionally prepared Alfa Sprint GT has accomplished all of his racing goals and has decided to pass the torch to another custodian. The car is immaculately prepared and actively campaigned primarily on the west coast. It reads like this is a turn-key racer for someone who wants to get in the action quick this season. The build is a who’s-who of Alfa racing preparation and parts. I’ll let the owner tell all when you go to his detailed listing. He’s got great photos too. All together, the selling package is pretty compelling. He is asking $32,000. So if you are in the market or know someone who is, contact the seller and read more by clicking here.