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1973 Alfa Romeo 1600 Zagato

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1973 Alfa Romeo 1600 Zagato
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SH ID

23-1016020

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FEATURED BY SPEEDHOLICS

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In Stock

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Netherland

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Dealer

Power 109 HP

 

Date Part I June 30, 1973

 

Color Giallo Zagato

 

Interior Black Leather

 

Transmission Manual

 

VAT deductible No

Description

Signed by Ugo Zagato - 21 Year Ownership -. "Veni, Vidi, Amavi" - (we came, we saw, we fell in love...). A special story began with the creation of the Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato by Ercole Spada. The Junior Zagato was designed as a sporty, compact Gran Tourer. Because of its sleek roofline, sitting in the back may not be ideal, but this certainly adds to the Alfa's stunning appearance. What makes this car truly special is that the Junior Zagato's had nothing to do with the Alfa factory, being produced entirely by Zagato itself. The 1600 version is exceptionally rare, with only 402 produced in Milan over a 3-year period. The Zagato's engineering comes from the Alfa 105 series, meaning it shares (almost) everything with the Spider, Bertone and Giulia. Driving the Zagato is, in our opinion, almost unsurpassed. Its simplicity, beautiful design, sharp handling and recognizable "Alfa roar" make for tremendous driving pleasure. If you are not yet converted, you will automatically become an Alfaist because of this car. La mechanica dell'emozione. Pure sang! Ours? A 1600(!) delivered in Italy and brought to Holland in 1991. Here she has had two owners. The last owner purchased the car in 2002 and maintained it well until today. She is in unrestored condition and is in excellent condition. Will we see you soon? "We build cars for people who appreciate difference." - Zagato
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