The Giulia was produced in 12 different versions over its 15 years of production. The final version was released in 1974 as the Nuova Super (1300 and 1600). This featured a new black plastic front grille and a flat boot (trunk) lid. Otherwise the cars differed little from their Giulia Super predecessors and bore the same Tipo numbers with an S suffix. Production ceased in 1977.
This superb late example of the Giulia Super has had only one previous owner, – a Belgian diplomat who lived in Portugal. Imported to the UK in July 2016 the gearbox was subsequently rebuilt at Sunnyside Alfa Romeo specialists. The car has also received four new tyres.
With a mere 16,000km recorded on the odometer, included in the history file are its original certificate of conformity, copy of original registration and current MOT certificate.
Fitted with the more powerful and desirable 1600cc engine and Finished beautifully in black with tanned interior, this car is described to be in excellent condition throughout and represents a fantastic opportunity to purchase a fun and steadily appreciating 70’s classic.