1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia

You might be wondering how such a well-preserved racer could be this cheap. That's because it's a replica. This 1971 Alfa Romeo Giulia is a near exact copy, built out of a regular model by the same owner in order to preserve the original. It has its FIA papers for hill-climb racing, can also be used in vintage car rallies, and has just 36,828 miles on the odometer, making it ideal not just for car shows, but for actual driving, as well.

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