Giulietta Sprint Veloce 10106*159755, 00106*02602. This car was auctioned by Artcurial on November 1 but failed to sell. Bluette or Tornado blue is a great color. Numbers are matching, and it’s pretty complete, but there is some non-originality and loose ends to be fussed over by the prospective new owner.
Fog / driving lights recall seldom seen Bertone accessories -probably Cibie or Marchal units. Looks like an honest driver Sprint in a very nice setting.
Giulietta Sprint 10106 ARE159104, 1315*42314 (not matching, from a 750D Spider). This car is on eBay right now from the same seller as the two Spider projects concurrently listed out of Connecticut. Matching number 00106 engine is missing, and it needs a lot of help, but these late Sprint Veloces seldom show up in any form for sale. I know they guy who bought this on Craigslist about 10 years ago out of the Mojave desert area – assuming this is the only Sprint Veloce in this paint scheme of course. As usual, it’s a Sprint project and I find myself tempted. Not the best group of pictures I’ve had to work with.
Not the only metallic purple Sprint I’ve seen, but yes, the only one with white Vikings style swooshes. Looks like a steering column switch gear sticking out on the right, and a control arm part on the left. You could live with these grills. I’d be kind of tempted to get it going and drive it with this livery for a while. Continue reading
Giulietta Sprint 10124 1493E*23895, 00106*01059 & 00102*29231. This Sprint Veloce is on eBay being offered by Classic Invest out of Denver Colorado. It is incomplete, but tempting for a guy like me who has boxes of parts and a scruffy Sprint Normal to potentially move a bunch of parts off of. This series of Sprint seems to have come with an 00106 Veloce engine, the US version of the early 10106 Sprint Veloce. I have 10124 23899 in my picture files, and it has an 00106 engine with 40DCOE’s instead of 40DCO3’s.
I worked on a car like this, that had been painted at some point in the last 10 years and then was stored a lot like this. There will be scuffs and scratches to the extent that you may just want to go for it and repaint it now while the painting is easy. Grills look alright. Continue reading
The Sprint market is also up for 2012. Good cars are more expensive than last year -the top cars are very expensive. Cheap ones don’t seem to have moved much though.
Market 375 was a $2500 Sprint shell with rust. I suppose it sold since I haven’t seen it making the rounds.
Market 322 was Sprint 750B 08650, just the body selling for $3800.
Market 387 was Giulia Sprint 10112*356053, selling for $8150.
I can take a hint guys! A few of you pointed me in the direction of Arcurial’s ‘Automobiles sur les Champs 4’ auction taking place in a few days where four Giuliettas will be sold. Check it out!
Giulietta Sprint 750B 1493*03793, 1315*03496. Nice early Sprint Normale expected to make 24,000 – 30,000 Euro’s. Probably the good deal of the four they are offering.
A lot of effort went into this car to make it look good. Correct 155 series tires, great fit and finish all around. Small headlamps are a big selling point for some collectors.
Update 3/13/12: Henrik from Sweden has found out the vin number. Turns out it is one of the very last Sprint Veloce’s -the last car is 350961.
Giulietta Sprint Veloce 10106 350633. Henrik and Frank both sent me a link to this car today, listed on a Swedish site with lots of cars for sale -mostly new. Text of the ad reads “Unique Alfa Romeo-62 in very good renovation condition. Super interior. Complete car with engine and gearbox. One of the few Veloce in Sweden. The car has been standing since -77.” Price is 85,000 which would be about 13 000 USD. Seller lists it as a 1962 750E, so either they are wrong about the year or model -looking at the pictures, I suspect it’s a late 10106.
One wonders if the paint was removed in 1977 or soon there after. Body is decent and straight. Sweden looks to have been a ‘side marker light’ country.
Giulietta Sprint Veloce 10106*157435. This car is listed on Anamera as available now out of Italy. It’s a rough and ready racer with a spartan, uninspiring interior and lots of modifications. Asking price is 32,500 Euro’s or $41,500 at the time of writing (as the Euro depreciates against the dollar).
I’m not much into yellow, but it works on Sprints. Body looks pretty straight -no glaring problems. Hood fits well and the grills all look nice. Lots of trim is missing, but that’s just dead weight -right? Wheels look as though they may be original Cromodora’s.