In Part 1 we concentrated on the Zagato, now the turn of the beautiful Giulietta Sprint.
which showed direct contrast to Glynsky’s rather shabby (but much loved) later version – though still a 1300.
Despite a number of shared characteristics, the pristine one had a dropped nose, plexiglass rear window and the obligatory lack of bumpers as befits a full race…
Despite all the speed goodies though, the interior was 100%+ ‘original’ spec for the period.
Gleaming interior paintwork and features
with everything of the right materials and in the right place.
Maybe, one day diablog, I will let myself loose on the rebuild of Alfreda – but then, maybe not!
Yours, diablog, wishing for perfection