The Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 super should not be confused with the larger 1750 Berlina. Although they shared many components and styling, the 1750 Berlina rides on a longer wheelbase and isn’t as fun in the curves. The Giulia 1300 on the other hand was the spiritual predecessor to fun sport sedans like the BMW 1600/2000/2002 and Datsun 510 – and combined a lightweight chassis with an eager engine. Find this 1973 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Super offered for $16,000 in Pensacola, FL via craigslist. Seller submission from Josh T.
In 1967 the 1750 Berlina was added as a higher end option to the Giulia platform, but in North America, the 1750 Berlina replaced the Giulia and the only way you will get a 1973 Giulia 1300 is to import one. This particular car grew up in Italy before stopping for a few years in the UK and has now been imported to the USA.
Under the hood is the all-alloy and eager to rev 1.3 liter inline-4, rated at 103 horsepower and 100 ft-lbs of torque – very healthy for the displacement. That was however the point of a Giulia back in the day, it was a good looking family sedan with a high power engine – the closest thing you could get to a 4-door Italian pony car.
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