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The 1750 GT Veloce was a 2 door coupe produced by Italian car maker Alfa Romeo in the late 1960’s. It was a later incarnation of the popular 105/115 body style, following the Sprint GT model. “GT” stands for Gran Turismo and denotes the model as tied into the racing heritage of the company.
The Alfa Romeo coupes of the time were quite boxy in design, but the 1750 GT Veloce was restyled and took on a more sleek, rounded-off appearance. One notable change was the elimination of the step-nose hood, which on previous models made the hood protrude above the nose of the car. Other changes included a black mesh grill and the addition of a 7th horizontal bar in the grill. It came with bucket seats.
The 1.8 litre engine was a double overhead cam 4 cylinder that produced 122 bhp at 5500 rpm and maximum torque of 137 lb·ft at 3000 rpm. It came standard with a 5-speed manual transmission. Top speed was advertised as 118 mph, and the car only weighed 2288lbs.
Early GT Veloce cars featured the Dunlop brakes used in other Alfa Romeo cars, but later versions featured an upgraded ATE disk brakes, which were developed for the GT 1300 Junior.
Giulia Sprint GT Veloce production totaled 14,240 units, 10% of which were right hand drive cars.