In 1968, the Berlina was presented to the public in Brussels for the first time. The Automobile Review wrote. “With the Type 1750, Alfa Romeo introduces a vehicle that, in comparison to its sister model Giulia, carries forward the new Alfa tendency, the gradual removal of the sporting hardness and embodies a successful synthesis with regard to the combination of comfort, driving behaviour and performance.“ This sporty yet comfortable sedan was designed by Bertone. Alfa typical, this model has many standard sporting extras such as 5-speed gearbox, two-camshaft engine, as well as disc brakes round. The dashboard had been designed with regard to new safety knowledge and showed the speedometer in front of the driver and additional instruments in the centre console.
Bought by Prince Rainier de Monaco in 1969 and subsequently passed to Prince Albert who sold the car in 2012. Recently restored with fresh paint and described to be in excellent condition throughout, the car also comes with the original Carte Grise of Prince Rainier. All in all, a very special car with wonderful provenance.