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Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ
Evolving from a wrecked experimental Giulietta Sprint Veloce that was taken to Zagato for rebuild, the Sprint Zagato was the eventual result. Alfa Romeo had commissioned Bertone to design the Giulietta SS for racing, but this was unsuitable as it was too heavy and handled badly. The lightweight Zagato rebuild provided the stimulus for Franco Scaglione to design the SZ on the Giulietta SS chassis. Launched at the Geneva Salon 1960, Scaglione's design at Bertone was contracted out to Zagato to build using their aluminium expertise. About 200 of the original 'Coda Tonda' (round-tailed) SZ were made before Ercole Spada at Zagato developed the more aerodynamic SZ2 'Coda Tronca' with Kamm tail. Some 30 SZ2 cars were made.


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Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ. Alfa Romeo encouraged Carozzeria Zagato to build the aluminium-bodied 'Sprint Zagato' on the shorter Giulietta SS chassis
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ. Alfa Romeo had commissioned Bertone to build a lightweight Giulietta SS for racing, and the job went to Bertone's href="" title="go to page about designs by Franco Scaglione"> Franco Scaglione to design the SZ on the Giulietta SS chassis. Zagato built it.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ. The Giulietta 1290cc dohc engine was tuned to 100bhp for the SZ, but could be tuned to 130bhp for racing. The lightness of the aluminium made the SZ very competitive and ensured it had good handling.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ rearr
Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ. This is the 'Coda Tonda' round-tailed Sprint Zagato designed by Franco Scaglione for Zagato. in 1961 Ercole Spada redesigned the SZ giving it a Kamm Tail, sometimes called the 'Coda Tronca'.
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