Often considered as one of the best looking and handling classic saloon cars with its 5-speed gearbox, all round disc brakes, independent suspension and torquey engine they were very advanced for the time and have the capability to embarrass many of thier modern counterparts.
Built 26th October 1972, this exquisite first series 1600 GT Junior is a two previous owner car delivered new to Cyprus in the extremely rare Indigo Grey colour it wears today with black Tex interior.
The dry climate of Cyprus has treated this little Alfa well, the result of which is an Alfa Romeo that, as unbelievable as it may seem, we are assured is almost entirely original - with only minimal signs of welding in the passenger foot well and spare wheel well.
When purchased by its second owner in 2011, the car was subject to a sympathetic restoration. As a result the car benefits from having had a complete respray, along with the interior recovered and headlining replaced, to retain the overall superb quality of the car. The brightwork was replaced and the mechanicals also received an overhaul with the engine receiving new piston rings and big end bearings.
This Alfa looks as though it could have rolled out of the factory just last week and is in magnificent condition both inside and out, top and bottom.