Any gearhead can tell you that famed manufacturer Alpha Romeo is synonymous with car racing. Which makes sense, considering that they’ve been in the racing game since 1911 – just a year after they were founded. Although, while this 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTV certainly looks the part and is valid for classic car hill-climb rally contention, it isn’t actually original. It’s a replica.
But its inauthenticity is hardly a drawback, as it was modeled exactly after the original racing car – in accordance with the owner’s wishes. All of its parts are period-correct and, other than in title, it is an entirely indistinguishable clone. It even features a stripped-down racing-style interior with a single bucket seat and complete lack of inappropriate accoutrements. With only 36,828 miles on the odometer, this gorgeous blacked-out rally racer is going to make some collector very happy indeed. [Purchase]
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