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Alfa Romeo Giulietta
The Guilietta (Series 101) range was launched with the Bertone-designed Coupe (Franco Scaglione) in 1954 because the Berlina was not ready. a 1290cc twin cam 4-cylinder engine powered the Guilietta, but in 1956 an 80bhp Sprint Veloce was introduced with twin Webers and high compression. Pininfarina was asked to design a convertible Giulietta and this was launched as the Spider at the 1956 Turin show. The Sprint body was slightly revised in 1959 by Giorgetto Giugiaro as probably his first work for Nuccio Bertone. In 1962 the Series 105 Alfa Romeo Giulia took over from the Giulietta with an entirely new body, but the Sprint and Spider models remained in production, renamed 'Giulia' and given Giulia engines and mechanics.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce - boot badge
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce - wing badge
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce. The Grille of the Giugiaro revised Giulietta from 1959. The heart-shaped grille is known as a 'scudetto' (shield) in Italian.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Berlina 1955. Launched at the Salon di Torino 1954 with the 1290cc dohc engine. The Sprint and Spider were given the more powerful 80bhp engine, and later the Veloce 90bhp unit. A more powerful 65bhp TI version of the Berlina was offered. The Berlina was given a new front and lamps in 1961.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce. Giorgetto Giugiaro revised the Giulietta Sprint Coupe in 1959 with a grilled vents to the side grilles and a new pattern to the scudetto. Lights were also revised.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Berlina 1955 front
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Berlina 1955. Launched at the Salon di Torino 1954, the first model was the Sprint designed by Bertone, and in 1955 the Berlina was introduced with the 1290cc dohc engine. The Berlina was given a new front and lamps in 1961.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 1956 front
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 1956. The Sprint was the first model launched in 1954 as the Berlina was not ready until 1955. A new 1290cc dohc engine was given to the Giulietta, and a more powerful 90bhp version of this unit was given to the Sprint and Spider models
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 1956 rear
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 1956. The Sprint was designed by Franco Scaglione for Bertone and gave the new Giulietta its launch because the Berlina was not ready. It was revised in 1959 by Giorgetto Giugiaro.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint front
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Coupe. The Giulietta range was launched with the Bertone-designed Coupe in 1954 because the Berlina was not ready. a 1290cc twin cam 4-cylinder engine developed 57bhp or 80in Sprint form.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint rear
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Coupe. The Giulietta Sprint was slightly revised in 1959 by Giorgetto Giugiaro, giving it new front and rear lights, revised grille and repositioned fuel filler.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce front
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce. The Giulietta range was launched with a 1290cc twin cam 4-cylinder engine. In 1956 an 80bhp Sprint Veloce was introduced with twin Webers and high compression.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce rear
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce.
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Alfa Romeo Giuletta Sprint - repeater lamp.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Berlina 1955. Launched at the Salon di Torino 1954 with the 1290cc dohc engine, the Berlina was introduced in 1955.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ
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Alfa Romeo Giulia SS
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