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This Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTC, is a lovely cabriolet version of the Sprint GT
coupe and produced in very limited numbers, making them rare today
Only 99 RHD cars were made for the British and South African market. Out of a total
production of 1003 RHD and LHD.
 The car was based on the Giulia Sprint GT, with the cabriolet modification carried
out by Touring of Milan. Besides the cabriolet top, a distinguishing feature is the
dashboard finished in black instead of grey crackle. The model was badged with a
script reading “GiuliaGTC” on the boot lid.
To recreate the bodyshell rigidity lost by removing the fixed roof and
pillars, Touring added reinforcement to several areas of the bodyshell.
Despite the extra steel reinforcement, the GTC curb weight was only 905 kg (2,000
lbs), contributing to its sparkling performance potential.
Of special interest is the fact that the Guilia GTC was the very last project
undertaken by Carrozzeria Touring before it went out of business, making the GTC
even more of a rarity in collectible vintage cars.
This particular example was purchased new by Brian Rix the west end theatre and
film star. A very dashing and flamboyant car for an actor in the limelight in swinging
60s London.
This example is in superb condition, having been laid up in dry storage for the past 20
years. It has been recommissioned with new brakes and perishable components and
made ready for some very stylish summer motoring.
There is a substantial history file and photographic restoration history from the 1990s
when it went through a very thorough and professional restoration. And the original
green log book with Brian Rix as original purchaser.
A rare motor car, a piece of history and an investment.


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