1966 Alfa Romeo GT 1300 Junior | 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV Mk I

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1969 Alfa Romeo GTV Mk I

1966 Alfa Romeo GT Junior

It#8217;s been a time since the last and I#8217;m sorry to say that I nothing new to tell about my It#8217;s summer and vacation here in Norway now, and trying to spend as much as possible with my two kids (5 and 7 old). The last week was teaching the 7-year old how to drive a alone.

I think he has spent hours alone in his boat and he is loving it (he is not unattended, of course).

Now to the car related stuff!

As mentioned I would really like to a drivable 105-series Bertone I probably can#8217;t afford car now (with the constantly increasing cost of the 1750 GTV), but I help looking#8230;

Some weeks ago I was at work in the part of Norway. One evening I was in my hotel room in Haugesund. the Norwegian Alfa Romeo Cuoresportivo. when I saw a 1966 Alfa Romeo GT Junior was up for sale in the area. a Scalino, or Stepfront, and the asking was very reasonable (for a at least if it was in a decent shape).

Of the price also indicated this probably wasn#8217;t a car in condition.

But how good (or bad) was it?

I called the seller, and 30 minutes I stood next to the car.

I had time for a quick look, but I saw to get an impression of the car. All in all I thought the car OK.

But, as anticipated, some things had to be out for those aiming for a mint Bertone Coupe.

Body, and exterior:

I used my magnet on the to test for filler repairs, and none

I didn#8217;t look the carpets inside, but I looked the car, and it seemed like it was in condition and well covered in protection. No traces of bad repairs. If any been done to the floors or it seemed to have been done

The bottom edge of the doors had in the paint and some surface but it did not look too serious. I don#8217;t metalwork is needed to fix it

The most rust I found was on the lower of the left front

A dent at the reverse light to be fixed.

The paint was OK with a few here and there. Not original though, but red (original colour was AR 013 ).

On top of  the wing on the right of the rear window (did make sense?) a possible problem was covered in red tape. I take it off to inspect, but could potentially be worse the lower front wing. Or it just be a minor

The alloy wheels was not to my taste, but that#8217;s not the thing to fix. Especially the original 15#8243; wheels is

Engine, steering and drive:

The started up and ran smoothly

The original engine had been replaced a 1750 engine, so the power was OK

The axle was said to be with Slip Differential  

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I found the to be a little vague compared to Bertone Coupes I have but I heard no noises or knocking the suspension. A new set of tires and an adjustment of the geometry might be all that is


The seats need new

The interior needs a general tidying up.

Is it the asking price?

Had it been a GT Junior I would have no.  But this is a Stepfront, and you have to pay more for less if you a Stepfront. To me the asking price is what I would expect to pay for a in this condition

For a mint Stepfront the value could be higher than the asking for this car.  And it  necessarily cost that to get it into a pretty good

I sent an email to Marco and this is the information I got from

According to our documentation files, the number () originally corresponds to an Romeo GT 1300 Junior manufactured on the 30 th June 1967 and on the 3 rd August 1967 in Genoa,

The body colour is “biancospino” (AR with “skai nero interiors.

One thing puzzled me; the ad says 1966#8230;  

Here#8217;s a few

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