You have to see this: A thoroughly restored Alfa Romeo 1300 Sprint. It's the very last model in the Giulietta family; the one that came out in October 1963 after production had ceased in July 1962. The reason being that many italians still wanted a 1300cc Alfa, but also because the company just as well could use the opportunity to milk the cash-cow a bit more.
These late-series cars can be recognized by their VIN# 384001 to 385713, but also by some detailing, such as a more simple badging and the rear number plate frame from the 1600 Sprint. This restoration is quite obvious in it's super-kill apperance, but I suppose it'll gain some patina after a decade of motoring. I can't really find anything wrong in the work - except one toggle-switch too many on the left hand dash and an engine compartment that should have been semi-gloss black.
The video title says it's a 1600 Sprint. But it isn't; it has the 1300 instruments ... but may very well have a 1600cc engine. Just like mine. Not original, and really a shame, since it is such a nice restoration work.
I just checked out some additional photos on their website, and I must say that for a 48,000 EUR price tag I expected a better restored underside of the car: