All specifications, performance and fuel economy data of Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Super (75 kW / 102 PS / 101 hp), edition of the year 1970 for Europe Australia , including acceleration times 0-60 mph, 0-100 mph, 0-100 km/h, 0-200 km/h, quarter mile time, top speed, mileage and fuel economy, power-to-weight ratio, dimensions, drag coefficient, etc.
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In a range round up in 1970 Autocar said that the Super “is still a highly satisfactory machine for the enthusiastic driver who needs four seats”. Of the 1750 it said it was quieter and softer than the Giulia “with a noticeably better ride at the expense of greater roll angles”.
1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super The first generation of the Giulia, also known as the 105 series, was introduced at the Monaz Autodrome in the early 1960s. The vehicles shared the same bodies as the vehicles they were replacing, the Giulietta.
As confirmed by Alfa Romeo archives, the GTAm on offer was originally a 1750 GTV fuel injection example, type 105.44. It left the factory on 26 January 1970 and was sold on 11 February to Autodelta who were responsible for preparing it. Listed in the excellent book by Tony Adriensens and Patrick Dasse, "Alleggerita",...
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The Alfa Romeo Giulia TI Super was a special road-going sports model produced in limited numbers, fitted with a more powerful engine and a number of weight saving components, and intended for racing use. It was introduced to the press at the Monza race track on 24 April 1963. In total only 501 were made, 178 in 1963 and 323 1964.Body style: 4-door notchback saloon, 4-door estate
This 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super was sold new in Italy on February 6, 1970. Power comes from a carbureted 1600cc twin-cam four mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, and the car is finished in Bluette with a blue velour interior. The selling dealer imported the car three years ago for his dealership but added it to his personal collection last...