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This 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti Got its Owner a Job with Singer Vehicle Design

Discussion in 'Alfa Romeo Giulia' started by JHF, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. JHF

    JHF Well-Known Member


    The boxy Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 may not be the most beautiful car that has rolled off the Italian automaker’s assembly lines, but it certainly is one that can’t be ignored.
    Singer Vehicle Design, the company that builds custom vintage Porsches.

    An interesting fact is that his Alfa contributed decisively to him getting the job at Singer, as the folks there were impressed by the attention to detail put into the Giulia and decided he’s the kind of guy they needed. This says a lot about the build quality of the boxy Alfa, which features multiple upgrades you can learn about by watching the following video courtesy of Petrolicious.

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    • JHF

      JHF Well-Known Member

      Love it!
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      • Rolf

        Rolf Well-Known Member

        This is classical italian engineering and design at its best. I love the simplicity in this cars design, but the best thing is the engine and the way it drives and sounds. The 1970's were the heyday for Alfa Romeo when they produced some of the most passionate and most powerful engines in their classes. Even at that time this 1.3 engine was producing 100PS (74kw), which nowadays is matched by some smaller turbo engines, but none of these new engines has the character, throttle response and noise of this engine.

        It really is a wonderful experience and I love it.
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