Very, very close: ’67 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT
We don’t want to call this one a GTA clone. Well, maybe it isn’t such a bad way to describe it. Take a beautiful stepnose GT and spend a ton of over 2 years and the result is certainly better than a clone. This is an immaculate example built by Alfa specialists Roman Tucker and David Leivian. It is powered by a 2-liter engine with high-lift cam and Weber carburetors. It has many GTA-style additions like alloy wheels, door pulls, side exhaust and headers. Mostly supplied by Alfholics in the UK. It is currently fitted with a roll-cage, Sparco racing seats with harnesses and GTA Plexi-windows. It also has a GTA front-end treatment with mesh grille and GTA badges. The Alfa is in our “go to” shop, Auto Turismo Sport and is serviced and ready to rumble. It is currently more in track trim with side exhaust and the Plexi-windows but standard Sprint GT windows are supplied for street duty. You’ll have to quiet the exhaust too or it will drive you crazy! Perfect for the track, not so much for going for coffee. The seller is asking $44,900 and you have to inspect the quality of this build before you comment on the price. You would not be able to duplicate this car for that amount. Go ahead and try to find a nice stepnose to start with. It ain’t easy. We can put you in touch with the seller so call us at (203) 417-6856.