BaT Auction: 1967 Alfa Romeo GTV
This 1967 Alfa Romeo GTV 1750 is reportedly an Italian-market example that was acquired by the seller two years ago following 17 years of barn storage. Power is from a replacement twin-cam inline-four of unknown displacement which is paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. A repaint was performed prior to storage along with fitment of an aftermarket side mirror, ATS wheels, and a Blaupunkt CD player. Recent work included cleaning the fuel system, installation of new brake components and tires, and rebuilds of the twin Weber carburetors. This GTV is offered with service manuals and a clean Maryland title in the seller’s name.
The car was reportedly finished from the factory in blue and repainted by a previous owner in its current shade, which is reported to be a dark metallic green. Over 30 photos are provided of the exterior in the gallery below, including shots of the car when it was removed from storage.
Five-spoke 14″ ATS wheels wear BFGoodrich tires fitted within the past two years. Additional updates included new brake rotors, calipers, pads, hydraulics, and front wheel bearings as well as a used ZF steering box installed in place of the original.
The interior would benefit from new seat upholstery according to the seller, and the driver’s door hinges and window regulator are said to require replacement. A Blaupunkt Aspen CD player is fitted in place of the factory radio. Noted issues include an inoperable fuel gauge, horn, and emergency brake. The 5-digit odometer shows 71k kilometers (~44k miles), with approximately 150 km added by the seller.
The car is currently powered by a twin-cam inline-four of unknown displacement and reportedly numbered AR06512*62790*. Maintenance performed since the seller’s purchase is said to have included cleaning the fuel tank, rebuilds of the Weber carburetors, fluid changes, and fitment of a new battery.
The support bearing at the front of the driveshaft is said to be in need of replacement, with the seller describing an intermittent driveline rumble at lower speeds. The seller notes the presence of surface rust in the undercarriage and rust-through in the passenger-side rocker panel. Additional underside photos are provided in the gallery below.
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