Support Giuliettas

I’ve been thinking about this for a while and after reading an analysis of Radiohead’s ‘pay what you will’ approach to selling their ‘In Rainbows’ album, I decided a Donate button might not be a bad idea.  Donations kept the AlfaBB afloat for a while after all.

I have spent a lot of time putting this site together and keeping it up to date. So, if you have found anything you read here entertaining or helpful -make a donation! Clicking the Paypal button below will take you to a form where you can make a donation.  You don’t need to have a Paypal account to donate.

What am I going to do with the money?  Pay hosting fees and fix all the little problems my Sprint has.

Also… I’ve been making noise about doing another run of T-shirts -I don’t have one anymore!  I kept a list of interested parties, but have since lost it.  If you are interested in a T-shirt, send me an email to with sizes and I’ll get the batch done when enough interest has been expressed.  Also, if there’s a particular color you’d like to see let me know -current thinking is dark gray and celeste blue in honor of my favorite Giulietta colors.


40 thoughts on “Support Giuliettas

  1. Yes to grey, yes to blue, and also black, and keep the brown. I wear mine to the gym, so it’s suffering some biochemical abuse and regular wear and tear. Time for a new batch!

  2. … and donation sent. As a resource for all of us who like, want, own and/or work on 750/101 Giulias/Giuliettas, is invaluable.

  3. Donation sent. I think the site is fantastic, a valuable reference resource. No way you should have to carry the cost on your own, absolutely no hesitation in supporting you. Aussie Phil.

  4. Hi Matt,
    A great site and very informative. Thank you for all of your hard work. Donation on it’s way and I would like 2 t-shirts. Size L. 2 x Blue.
    Best Regards
    Phil Nash
    Melbourne Australia

    • Terry,

      I have, but everyone I know can’t seem to keep away from cars and white doesn’t last. i can do individual colors though.


  5. Can anyone tell me where to find color id number on a Alfa Giulietta Sprint 1962..I want to restore to original code color. I looked in trunk but cannot find code. Thanks for the assist.

    • Mike -to the best of my knowledge the cars were never marked with a color code sticker like a lot of Spiders/GT’s etc were. If it’s never been media blasted you can usually find some original paint under the dash etc. You can email the Alfa archives and they can tell you the original color -next problem is figuring out a modern code for the color they tell you.


    • Have you been on the Yahoo group for 2000’s and 2600’s? I think there is a guy in Finland who supplies a lot of glass for odd Alfa’s.

      Good luck in your search!

  6. Hi Matt
    Bonhams Paris Sale’
    1964 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Coupé Chassis no. AR384307 Engine no. AR00102 32280 €47,150 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 750-Series Spider Veloce Chassis no. to be advised Engine no. to be advised €60,950 964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce Chassis no. AR39210 €46,000
    Three strong prices giulietta spider veloce ….105 engine!!
    giulietta sprint……nice.
    giulia spider veloce.

    p.s. sorry if i am sending this to incorrect address….hope this is of interest to you from the other side of the pond.

    best regards

      • No probs
        I have included a few more adverts taken from car and classic that may be of interest .I can send stuff regularly from the uk classifieds ,i believe a friend of mine bought the blue sprint from paris will let you know what its like.
        best regards

  7. Hi Matt. Just sent a donation to you. I appreciate your newsletters and informative descriptions of the Giuliettas that you write up. I save each newsletter to my computer for reference. started at 230. Keep up the good work. Your plans for sound great. Regards. Gavin: Gold Coast, Australia

  8. Donation sent with many THANKS for fostering our passion for these fun little cars.
    Had mine out for the first time in three months. The sequestration was caused by mandatory New England Hibernation. There is limited enjoyment one can derive from starting the engine, fiddling with stuff and polishing the chrome once a week compared to taking a few twisty roads at a good clip. But all is better now as plans are afoot for a few race-track adventures (Lyme-Rock, the Glenn etc…).
    Having a registry is a grand idea.
    Celeste is the color for T-Shirt.

  9. Mat, I’ve wanted to email you but can’t find your email. I hope this gets to you. I was interested in the blue 63 Sprint in San Diego and read that it sold for the full asking price. PLEASE tell me that car wasn’t worth $50K—PLEASE. What’s the world coming to?

    Your site is excellent.


    Don Fowler

    • Isn’t the old adage that it’s worth what you can get for it?

      Late Sprints (101 1300’s and 1600’s) have been coming close to $50K for a year now -I can think of at least 4.


  10. I love this forum and not even sure how I found you, but great info here. And yes I’m interested in one of your T’s so would love to know when you have a new batch. Like the red one.

  11. hi matt.
    haven’t worked out how to send photos yet but it won’t be long hopefully.
    in the mean time here are the details of my sprint.
    alfa romeo sprint 101.12 made 15th oct 1962 was to go to USA but was sold on the
    17th of oct 1962 to thompson & taylor in uk.I think it was converted to right hand
    drive by rudd engineering in uk before shipping to australia.
    chassis no AR 352 809 engine no AROO 112 00626 .
    being restored. regards john will farnell
    did you receive my donation ?
    i was the one having trouble with sending it by visa .
    it appears to have gone through from this end.

  12. Hei
    I am the owner of 1495 02817.
    We live in Norway. The car id at the moment in the prosess of been assembled after 27 years of restauration. A beaty
    Please keep in contact
    Sigurd Amundsen
    E mail

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