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HERO and CRA Partner
Rent a Classic Alfa Romeo
1971 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV Bertone RHD - Group B
Finished in red with a white & green stripe over the bonnet and roof complimented with black leather interior.
Reg: JWE 6J
This particular 1750 joined us in 2009, and since then has undergone mechanical and bodywork restoration whilst being brought up to full rally specification; including her eye catching racing stripes in the “Alfa” colours and a full roll-cage .
Breathing through twin Weber 40’s she sings as only a well tuned Italian twin cam can and is a truly rewarding drive.
Daily hire rate £300 plus Insurance @ £40 per day
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History of Model
Launched in 1963 as a successor to the hugely successful Giulietta coupe and spider, the 105/15 series cars were based on a shortened version of the Giulia saloon.
The 1750 was introduced in 1968 as a replacement for the hugely popular 1600 range. It was offered as a saloon a coupe and a spider and was an immediate sales success. It was styled by Guigiaro and bodied by Bertone, the delicate balance of bodywork, glass area and chrome was ground breaking at the time and still appears fresh today. The interior was updated with a new dashboard featuring separate binnacles for the instruments and some subtle wood effect highlights replacing the heavy grey crackle finish of earlier models.
Powered by a 1750 cc variant of the much loved all aluminium twin-cam in-line 4 cylinder motor which produced 120BHP at 5500 rpm, the GTV was a spirited performer which thanks to its 5 speed gearbox was also a capable long distance tourer. It was advanced for its time with its fitment of disk brakes all round as standard and a revised suspension set up from the earlier models, the 1750 GTV was a true all rounder. This is a fast, nimble and rewarding car to drive “con brio” – and can cover large distances in comfort and style when required!