domingo, 12 de abril de 2009

Alfa Romeo Giulietta - Registadas originalmente em Portugal


Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint VELOCE LIGHTWEIGHT ( Original ) 1957

Giulietta Sprint Veloce ‘Allegerita’ 750E1493*04347, engine 1315*30526, Bertone 77468
















"VELOCE LIGHTWEIGHT. A true lightweight Veloce, after being prepared by Virgilio Conrero and contending Targa Florio in 1957 it was first roadregistered in Portugal with the Mocar company, later known for the Portugese Alfa Romeo assembly plant. Mister Moreira from Lisboa took great care of this racing Veloce and finaly in 1989 sold the car to a German collector, who fully rebuild the Veloce to Historic Racing specifications.After changing hands once more its engine was rebuild in Switzerland with the famous Vetter Garage in 2005. Now, with all racing parts coming with the car, the Veloce is partly set up for road use again, and refitted with most of its original road interior. Softer roadsprings where fitted, and all the special suspension parts and the beautiful made racing engine are freshly overhauled, it runs like magic!


Ainda sobre esta fabulosa Giulietta Sprint Veloce 1957, Portuguesa de registo, e não só! Pois esta mesma Giulietta, entrou em provas no nosso país. Sendo vendida em 1989 para o estrangeiro.

Eis uma foto desta Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce 750E. Recebida do próprio dono. E antes de embarcar com destino aos EUA.


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Encontrei no site do meu amigo Matt, que aconselho vivamente uma visita http://giuliettas.com


"Market #60: Another Sprint Veloce Allegerita, this one with Targa Florio history
Giulietta Sprint Veloce ‘Allegerita’ 750E1493*04347, engine 1315*30526, Bertone 77468. This car is available right now for 68,000 Euro’s ($85,000 as of 11/19) from various sources in Europe but I found it at Steuel. The advertisement text is available below and includes pieces of the cars history the new owner will no doubt have fun verifying and elaborating on. I contacted the owner directly about the car and he provided me with the numbers and an offer of further information should I require it. I have no doubt any information required to help a potential buyer will be provided without hesitation.

In contrast to yesterdays SVA this car has been thoroughly refinished and prepared inside and out for racing without for cutting any corners and with no piece untouched. As can be seen below, the engine compartment underside and suspension are all in top condition. The Conrero connection and Targa Florio history should add quite a bit to the price of this car, but other than maybe a picture I doubt much evidence of those days still exists in the car.

This car looks like a new car and I suppose one could say to all intents that it is a new car. Wheels appear to be current repro’s. Without being specific I’ll just say this car looks right- everything fits together well and has a unified level of detailing.


I guess these trunk hold-downs are required for racing. Trim below the doors keeps the car from looking like an amorphous white blob. The roll cage looks pretty serious. Note there is no round Alfa badge on the trunk, more in the spirit of a lightweight. Not sure how I feel about the racing stripe, but I’m sure it’s effective for identifying your car out on the field when track-side.

Ad text reads: “VELOCE LIGHTWEIGHT. A true lightweight Veloce, after being prepared by Virgilio Conrero and contending Targa Florio in 1957 it was first road-registered in Portugal with Mocar company, later known for the Portugese Alfa Romeo assembly plant. Mister Moreira from Lisboa took great care of this racing Veloce and finally in 1989 sold the car to a German collector, who fully rebuilt the Veloce to Historic Racing specifications. After changing hands once more its engine was rebuilt in Switzerland with the famous Vetter garage in 2005. Now, with all racing parts coming with the car, the Veloce is partly set up for road use again, and refitted with most of its original road interior. Softer road-springs were fitted, and all the special suspension parts and the beautiful made racing engine are freshly over-hauled, it run like magic! A rare occasion to have this very special Veloce Lightweight in our shop, and it is for sale! It comes with FIA documents, road registration, and full history! Ready to be enjoyed and welcomed at all major events.”
Interior looks great. If it were mine I’d do away with the roll cage and have it a dedicated street car, but it’s nice to have the option. Steering wheel is pretty sweet. I wonder if the seller has the original lightweight seats? They are specific to these cars and it’s impossible to get originals.

It’s good to see I’m not the only one with this trunk prop. Expensive aluminum spare holddown is present as nicely detailed jack. Fuel pump in the trunk is smart, no need to go under he car if a problem is suspected. Spare appears to be the same alloy wheel as the rest.

Green Cavis 5mm spark plug wires, 750 intake manifold, 40DCO3’s, correct plenum and air-box, original heavily patina’d build plate. Very nice. This car should have all Marelli electrical components but I see a Bosch regulator, which probably indicates a Bosch generator. If this were my car I’d have just gone with a modern lightweight alternator if I was going to stray from stock.

Someone spent some time making this engine compartment look good. I like the bakelite valve cover bolts even though they are not original (at least I don’t think they are…). Note the head chamber bolts have been welded up beside the spark plugs, a common problem here is oil getting through porous castings.

This looks great. Not so clean you’re afraid to drive it but tidy and well set up. I’m not sure but I suspect the lower control arm pivots are new. Koni shocks are a nice touch. Veloce oil pan is precious on todays market. That red thing is the tow hook.

Again clean and well done. Those metal covered lines are the emergency brake cable. That differential housing looks as good as the one on my bench for my SS. Fuel tank is the high volume Veloce item.

Two SVA’s in two days. Both have significant histories, both are in pretty good shape. Is it the ecomony? I can think of several other VERY interesting Alfa’s from this period for sale right now. Of the two SVA’s I’ve written about this week the one I would buy of the two is a LOT less expensive than the other. The fact that this car has been on the track recently means everyting is likely to work. I call this car a very good buy that will probably be bought by a speculator and resold for more next year.

Hey Bart, I’ll give you $20,000, my SS project and my 59 Sprint Normale… lets make a deal! One can dream…"


in http://giuliettas.com/2008/11/20/market-60-another-sprint-veloce-allegerita-this-one-with-targa-florio-history/#more-1712

Registo dos ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA 101 / Giulia 1.6 EM PORTUGAL



18 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano 1959 ( ? ) - Esteve à venda num site da internet nacional. ( Nov 2012 ) - Apresentando muitas alterações. Como o volante não original...Para restauro.

Além do volante não original, a cobertura do tablier, também não é original.
A grelha frontal, é já a posterior 1959. Fruto das alterações na estética, obra do mago Giorgetto Giugiaro
dando início à série " 101 " do Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint.

Apesar de tudo, apresenta-se muito completa.



17 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano ( ? ) - Matrícula: HT-38-04
( Registo Fotográfico pelo amigo Miguel Brito - 2005: Salão Automóvel da Moita. )



16 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano (? ) - Matrícula HH-72-67 
Com a qual Eduardo Morais participou, em 1993
no " Monte Carlo Challenge "
( Agradeço a colaboração do amigo José Correia )




15 - Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint 1600 - Ano ( ? ) - Matrícula TO-85-53
no Museu Fernando Pessoa em Lisboa.
( Agradeço colaboração do amigo Alfista Pedro Ferreira )



Um Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600, já desta forma designado - Embora mantendo o aspecto exterior do Giulietta -  mas posterior a 1962. E já com o motor 1600cc que equipa o modelo Giulia, lançado precisamente em 1962.Pormenor do novo " pica " lateral igual ao novo modelo " Giulia ".




14 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano ( ? ) - Matrícula CI -52-59 


13 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano ( ? ) - Matrícula : MT-37-12
Fotografada ainda no interior da famosa garagem do " Alibábá ", na zona de Lisboa. 
Nota: Mesmo ao lado uma Giulietta/Giulia SS Rosso Alfa.

12 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano ( ? ) - Matrícula : IF-85-25

11 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce 101 - António Pissara - ARCP 
Matrícula : GF - 83 - 27 ( Agradeço o envio pelo nosso amigo Alfista dos seus belíssimos Alfa Romeo )
António Pissara no " VII Rallye de Ourense " ( Espanha ) na sua bela Giulietta Sprint Veloce 101.



10 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano  1960 - José Lampreia - Matrícula : GF-44-51 - Foto na Avenida Arriaga - Cidade do Funchal - Ilha da Madeira - Junto à sede do " Club Sports da Madeira " , apresentando o nº 34 de porta

Numa  " PARTIDA " para mais uma " Volta à Ilha " da Madeira. Um pormenor diferente, das restantes 101, é o facto de apresentar duas cores. O tejadilho apresenta uma outra cor. Neste caso em concreto - de cor Vermelha.


A mesma Giulietta Sprint 101 numa outra prova nacional. Com o piloto José Lampreia ao volante. Com o pormenor da matrícula, estar sobre o capot. 

Indiciando que seja uma foto posterior à 1a apresentada.

Segundo informações enviadas pelo amigo Alfista António Pissara, com base nas próprias declarações do grande José Lampreia, numa iniciativa do A.R.C.P. ( Alfa Romeo Club de Portugal ) esta Giulietta esteve em Itália no famoso preparador " Conrero ".
 Todavia, a dita preparação ficou com especificação de pista, com as "árvore-de-cames" alteradas. E deste modo,  não seria a melhor preparação  para as provas de estrada, como Lampreia pretendia inicialmente. A Giulietta " em alta " tinha um excelente comportamento, com esta preparação. Mais tarde, Lampreia ordenou que se colocasse as originais.

José Lampreia, na sua Giulietta Sprint, com o nº 42 de porta, na " XII Volta a Portugal "


9 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano  1959 ( ? ) - Matrícula : HI-41-53 ( último testemunho na zona da Linha - Cascais ) 

8 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Ano ? - Matrícula MT - 79 - 66 ( retirado de anúncio de venda )


7 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - 1960 - Matrícula EA - 44 - 64

AR 1315 - 011438
Chassis AR1493 - 20961
1290cc ( 1300 ) 65 HP
932kg


Propriedade de José Martins Ribeiro que possui uma
verdadeira paixão pelos Alfa Romeo .


Informação na revista " Autoclássico " de 1992.

Agradeço a colaboração do amigo José Correia pela colaboração.







6 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 - Frederico Ohm - Matrícula IF - 87 - 40

Foto na " Festa Autoclássico " 1992

Agradeço colaboração do amigo José Correia, no seu envio.









( Fotos by Miguel Brito 2009 )



4 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101 ( Embora em determinados pormenores, sugerem-se que seja originalmente uma 750B - alterada durante o restauro ? )

MT-20-43







( Foto by Pedro Vaz de Carvalho 2008 )

3 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint 101

HE-48-41

Em processo de restauro . Agradeço as fotos ao M.Dinis




















2 - Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce 101

Do amigo Luis Miguel Santos, grande Alfista Madeirense.

Funchal - Ilha da Madeira

Em restauro profundo, para trazê-la de novo à estrada, no seu branco GARDENIA.

Curioso que esta Giulietta participou na " Volta à Ilha da Madeira " de 1962, com o nº 16 de porta.

Com o piloto Cunha aos seus comandos.

Da qual existem belíssimas fotos dela em prova, e que a seu tempo colocarei cá online, para nosso deleite.


Matrícula : CE-97-06


A mesma Giulietta Sprint Veloce 101, actualmente em restauro,  em plena prova - 4a " Volta à Ilha da Madeira " - 1962
Foi pertença do " piloto " Cunha.










1 - Alfa Romeo Giulia 1.6  - Fernando Taborda

IA -87 - 56


ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA 101 e Giulia EM PORTUGAL

NOTA: Fotografada no " Passeio da Primavera " do ACP em 14.Mar.2009 .Agradeço o envio pelo amigo José Guedes " Oldtimer".