The Alfa Romeo Giulietta was first introduced at the 1954 Turin Motor Show. The pretty little coupé was powered by the jewel like all alloy 1290cc twin overhead cam engine that incorporated hemispherical combustion chambers and domed pistons. The engine was mated to an alloy cased four speed gearbox. The car took the motoring press by storm as the performance and styling was a revelation for a production car in 1954. In 1955 the Berlina (saloon) was introduced with similar mechanical specifications. These early models were known as 750 series (not aligned with engine size) and in 1960 the 101 series was introduced.
The new series of the Giulietta incorporated many upgrades particularly to the styling and trim details. Giulietta production in coupé, spider and berlina forms spanned from 1954 to 1965. The Berlina Ti models (Turismo Internazionale) were born in 1957 and were the luxury model of the range.
Offered from the estate of a significant private collector of many cars, motorcycles and military vehicles, this wonderful Turismo Internazionale model is finished in dark grey with the correct grey cloth interior. The Alfa is complete with its ASI Gold Plate and is ready to be enjoyed by its next lucky owner.