There’s something about a classic car that is indescribably beautiful. Like any timeless piece of music or art, a classic automobile serves as a sort of indicator to a place in time and a state of mind. Take this stunning 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia, which changed the game with its stylistic allure, attention to detail and robust power. The car is most notable for its presence between the years of 1960 and 1978, which saw Alfa Romeo roll out both a commercial sedan and coupe, along with a racer model. The Super, which is pictured, was shaped by legendary Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro and celebrates the history of racing and top-tier performance that is synonymous with Italy.
This particular Giulia is kitted with a rugged and raw black exterior, Sabelt equipment and topped off with racer decals which includes the company’s signature Serpent.
At a remarkably low price of $16,000 USD/€15,000 EUR, one must wonder how such a timeless gem—which only saw 2000 exported to the U.S.—being sold for so little. Well, this particular 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super isn’t the exact original, per say. Rather it is a replica that was made by the owner of the original racer, in hopes to preserve its legacy. Nonetheless, this particular Giulia is kitted with a rugged and raw black exterior, Sabelt equipment and topped off with racer decals which includes the company’s signature Serpent. Under the hood, the racer features a four-cylinder twin-cam engine, two valve system that could punch over 112 mph/ 180km/h, which is remarkable considering its size and aerodynamic ability.
This rugged Giulia comes equipped with its own FIA papers for hill-climb racing and only carries a surprising 36,828 miles. So whether you want to flex on the racetrack or the line at In-N-Out, this 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia has you covered.