The historic 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia racing car is a gorgeous piece of automotive history that belongs in a gallery as much as it belongs on a track. This is not that car. But the Italian collector that owns the original had this 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia Replica built to preserve the original, presumably so he could bomb around in something as close to the original as possible. The replica was sold last year in Germany with a little less than 37,000 miles for a reasonable amount of money, all things considered. Here’s hoping the vintage coupe hits the auction block again soon because we’d love to make this our own.
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