The Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale (Tipo 750 SS/101.20, Italian for “Type 750 SS/101.20”) and Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale (Tipo 101.21), also known as Giulietta SS and Giulia SS were manufactured from 1959 to 1966. The first prototype of the Giulietta SS was presented in 1957 at the Turin Motor Show.
After two more prototypes were presented in car shows, the official presentation of the production version for the press was on 24th June 1959 on the Monza race track. The first 101 cars produced had “low nose” and 750 SS designation. While there were some all-aluminium cars produced, the majority of these cars had steel bodies with aluminium doors, engine bonnet and boot lid.
This wonderful matching numbers Giulietta Sprint Speciale was delivered when new to Belgium.
In recent times the Alfa has benefitted from a comprehensive restoration, and is now presented beautifully in the classic Alfa colours of Rosso with an ivory over red with red piping interior. A stunning example of one of the most ground-breaking designs of the last century.