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1969 Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior Scalino

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1969 Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior Scalino
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The Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior was the entry model to the Alfa Romeo coupé range. It was introduced in 1965 as the replacement for the 101 series Giulia Sprint 1300, which was the final development of the Giulietta Sprint series. The GT 1300 Junior was fitted with the 1300 (1290 cc) twin cam engine (74 mm bore × 75 mm stroke), as fitted to the Giulietta series cars, but revised for the 105 series with reduced port sizes and other modifications. The smaller engine was introduced in order to allow buyers to choose an Alfa Romeo coupé while avoiding the higher taxes on the models with larger engine capacity, especially in Alfa Romeo's home Italian market. The first GT 1300 Juniors produced were based on the Giulia Sprint GT, with a simpler interior. The major external identifying feature was the black grille with just one horizontal chrome bar. The same 9/41 final drive ratio was maintained, but with a shorter 5th gear ratio of 0.85, instead of 0.79 as on all the other 105 Series coupés. In 1968, concurrently with the replacement of the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce by the 1750 GTV, the GT 1300 Junior was revised with many of the new parts from the 1750 GTV. This included the dashboard, the suspension and the new wheel size of 5½ × 14J instead of 4½ × 15J. In 1970 the Junior was revised a second time, and received the same nose treatment as the 1750 GTV, without the step but with only two headlights. For 1972, new wheels featuring smaller hubcaps with exposed wheel nuts like those on the 2000 GTV were fitted. At the same time, the GT 1600 Junior was introduced alongside the GT 1300 Junior. From 1974 the GT1300 Junior and GT1600 Junior were both rationalised into a common range with the 2000 GTV and were rebadged as 1.3 GT Junior and 1.6 GT Junior. According to Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo, our GT Junior, chassis AR 1233589, was sold new on 27.03.1969 by Official old Alfa Romeo dealer SAVIM to Mr Ambrogio Allevi, class 1936. The car was delivered with one of the best colour combo, rare Grigio Indaco with a Rosso Amaranto interior wich make the car very special. Mr Allevi living in Vigevano (Pavia) keep the car more than 40 years… The car is very original with a great and very documented history, all original Alfa Romeo documents, original set of keys. The car was fully restored the last two years and is back now with its stunning Grigio Indaco original body colour. Mechanically in perfect condition, ready to meet its new owner.
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