1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTC Cabriolet

Lot: TBA

Estimate (£): 20,000 - 25,000
(+buyer’s premium of 13.2% including VAT @ 20%)
Offered for sale is a 1.6 L 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTC manual that has been with the current owner for the last 14 years. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores 81 / 135.

Classic Car Auctions says:

An original UK-supplied, RHD car from 14-years ownership...


  • 1965 Giulia Sprint 1600cc restored and professionally converted to a GTC in 1996
  • Extensive body and structural modifications to ensure rigidity. Very impressive conversion
  • An assessment report from structural engineer K. Blackburn AMIAEA is supplied with the car
  • His conclusions indicate that the car was actually more rigid than it had been as a Coupé
  • Interesting history with photographs prior to and during the conversion
  • Nicely presented in Alfa Rosso and sensibly guided for a Sixties convertible Giulia Sprint


Lot Details

Registration: EUC 240C RHD/LHD: Right Hand Drive
Year: 1965 Engine size: 1.6 L
Make: Alfa Romeo Odometer reading (miles): 100580
Model: Giulia Sprint GTC MOT expiry:
Warranted: No Chassis number: 753103

Vendor Condition Report

Overall: 81 / 135


Bodywork: Glass:
Paint: Chrome:


Some minor paint blemishes but nicely presentable overall. 



Door-cards: Carpets:
Seating: Headlining:
Dashboard: Boot:


All good except no glove box door. Some cracking on dashboard trim. 



Components: Starting:
Appearance: Running:


Runs well. 



Gears: Drive-shaft:

Running Gear

Axles: Chassis:
Suspension: Bearings:
Brakes: Wheels/Tyres:


Minor: Major:


Original petrol gauge not working, fitted non standard guage. 


Vehicle History


Some bills/ photos/ engineers report. All Alfa GTCs were actually built by Touring of Milan and none at the factory. This professional conversion was carried out in the UK and from the build details, it appears likely to be considerably stronger than the Touring cars. 


About the Condition Report

A lot's condition report is compiled based on information provided to CCA by the vendor of the lot. CCA has no access to lots prior to a sale but does review its condition on the day of the sale. CCA strongly recommends viewing a lot prior to a sale as it cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided.
Poor Numerous faults / Extensive damage / Many missing parts / Project or donor car
Fair Basic condition / Requires attention mechanically & cosmetically / Some damage / Some missing parts
Good Every-day useable classic car / Driven & enjoyed / Commensurate with age & mileage / Drives and looks as it should / Some vehicle history
Very good Almost pristine / Mechanically & cosmetically sound / Driven only occasionally / Extensive vehicle history
Excellent Pristine / Original / Documented nut & bolt ground-up restoration / Stored professionally / Trailered only / Complete vehicle history