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Alfa Romeo Gt 1300 Junior

1967 Alfa Romeo GT

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    Englewood, Colorado, United States
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1967 Alfa Romeo Gt 1300 Junior
  • Very Straight and Complete step-Nose Alfa 105
  • Been stored indoors for over 30 years
  • Attractive middle-production step-nose with High Rear Arches
  • Interior in very presentable Condition
  • Currently equipped with 2000cc Spica injected Alfa Inline four

TheAlfa Romeo GT 1300 Juniorwas the entry model to the Alfa Romeo coupé range. It was introduced in 1965 as the replacement for the 101 seriesGiulia Sprint 1300, which was the final development of theGiulietta Sprintseries.

The GT 1300 Junior was fitted with the 1300 (1290cc)twin camengine, as fitted to the Giulietta series cars, but revised for the 105 series with reduced port sizes and other modifications. The smaller engine was introduced in order to allow buyers to choose an Alfa Romeo coupé while avoiding the higher taxes on the models with larger engine capacity, especially in Alfa Romeo's home Italian market.

The performance was low-end compared to others in its model line, with a total of 89 bhp.However, the GT 1300 Junior's top speed of over 100mph and 0-60mph time of 12.6 seconds were very good for a fully appointed coupé with an engine of only 1300 cc displacement.

Presented here is a 1967 Model Year 105 Series Coupe Gt 1300 Junior. It has been sitting in a major collection in the middle of the country in doors for over 30 years. The indoor storage has kept this car preserved, as seen by the interior that is completely intact and as it was when it was put away in the 80s.

The bodywork on this car is nice and straight, and the panel fit is quite decent, definitely representative of a Bertone bodied car of this era. The beautiful design of the 105 Series Coupes is embodied here, and only exemplified by the early step-nose design. All the original glass is also still present, without any major significant pitting or scratching throughout. The brightwork throughout the car shows some scratching and dullness, but is free from major pitting and damage.

Inside the car the interior presents very nicely. The seats have been covered but very nicely, and are still very soft and supple. The covers are installed over the original upholstery but fit extremely well. The bucket seats are very cushy and comfortable and the foam does not seem to be very deteriorated at all. Everything on the dash is still all there, with the only modification of note being the addition of an aftermarket steering wheel.

Under the hood is a 2000cc Spica injected Alfa Inline four from a later 105 Coupe, backed up by a matching 4 Speed manual transmission. These are currently just installed for shipping purposes only. The rear differential is still original to the car, however. This example would be a wonderful candidate for a ground-up restoration, with many parts appearing to be in quite nice condition and the entire car being extremely complete. The main components missing from this car are a radiator, alternator, and transmission mount. Many of these cars are modified into GTa clones, and this would also be a great candidate for that. Bolted up to the engine installed in the car is a 5 speed transmission.