Having been exported to Alfa Romeo Newark USA on 26 March 1965, this mint and most likely matching numbers Alfa SS – bearing one of the last built engines of 1964 as per FUSI list – spent many years in USA and was later sold to a Japanese collector, where it remained until 2000 when it came to Germany, purchased by another collector.
The current owner purchased #381303 in 2002 and had the car thoroughly restored by Alfa Romeo specialists in Switzerland; a photo documentation hereof is available in the car’s file. Today it can honestly be described as one of the best we have seen in many years and is presented in mint condition, mechanically and cosmetically. Finished in its original livery of Bosforo blue and cognac leather interior with bucket seats and covered seat belts ( the cost for retrimming the car was in excess of € 17.000), the car received a stainless steel petrol tank, improved brake system, electronic ignition and a Kenlow fan. The propshaft was specially balanced and the flywheel was lightened. The car is described as very fast with superb roadholding, and has participated in several prestigious classic motor events. A full service has just been undertaken and the car is ready to be enjoyed by its next lucky owner. It comes with German historic papers and a comprehensive history file.
Der Alfa besitzt hervorragende Fahreigenschaften und ist lt. Einlieferer sehr schnell und zuverlässig. Er nahm an zahlreichen historischen Motorsport-Veranstaltungen teil, besitzt hierzu auch einen Retro – Tripmaster. Ein neuer Service wurde gerade durchgeführt, deutsche H – Zulassung ist vorhanden, dieser perfekte Giulia Sprint Speziale ist sofort startklar.