Alfa Romeo 1968

Giulia
Giulia GT
GT Veloce
Spider
1750 - January
1750 GTV - January
2600 sedan
2600 Zagato - ost.rok. Powstało 105 szt.
33 Stradale V8

Italy

In January Alfa Romeo introduced to the press in Vietri sul Mare (Salerno) its 1750 line of cars, which included the new 1750 Berlina saloon, the Giulia Sprint-based 1750 GT Veloce coupé, and the 1750 Spider Veloce, which replaced the original Spider 1600. All were powered by the same engine, a new 1,779 cc, 118 bhp version of the Alfa Romeo twin cam engine.
 

Giulia

1300 105.06   1290 cm³, 78 cv
1300 TI 105.39 1290 cm³, 82 cv
TI 105.08    1570 cm³, 92 cv - end of prod.
Super 105.26  1570 cm³, 98 cv
1600 S 105.85  1570 cm³, 95 cv - new model
  Berlina wb: 2510 mm

The Giulia Super has undergone a suspension update, including revised geometry and a rear anti-roll bar. The wheels are changed in size from 5J x 15 to 5J x 14.
For the 1300 TI updates includes a dashboard based on that of the Super, but with a simpler instrument binnacle, still featuring two large round instruments (speedo and tacho) and a separate fuel gauge, and the same suspension, wheel and tire updates applied to the Giulia Super.
Giulia 1600 S tipo 105.85 is basically a Giulia TI re-introduced as a lower-level model to come between the 1300 and 1300 ti on one hand, and the Super on the other. It has a re-interpretation of the 1,570 cc single-carburettor engine for 95 bhp at 5500 rpm and similar trim to the 1300 ti.

Giulia 1300

Giulia 1600

Giulia Super
 

Giulia GT and GT Junior

GT 1300 Junior 105.30 (R4 cyl., 1290 cm³) - facelift
Giulia Sprint GT Veloce 105.36 (R4 cyl., 1570 cm³) - end of prod. (14,240 ex.)
Giulia Sprint GTA 105.32 (R4 cyl., 1570 cm³)
GTA 1300 Junior 105.59 (R4 cyl.,) - May

 
Concurrently with the replacement of the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce by the 1750 GTV, the GT 1300 Junior was revised with many of the new parts from the 1750 GTV. This includes the dashboard, the suspension and the new wheel size of 5½ × 14J instead of 4½ × 15J. This revised GT 1300 Junior, however, retains the early "step-front" body style.

GT 1300 Junior

GT Veloce
 

Spider

1750 Veloce 1779 cm³, 118 cv
1300 Junior 1290 cm³, 89 cv - June
  Spider wb: 2250 mm

The 1750 Spider Veloce was oficially introduced to the press in January in Vietri sul Mare (Salerno) along with new 1750 Berlina abd the Giulia Sprint-based 1750 GT Veloce coupé. The 1750 Spider Veloce replaces the original Spider 1600. With the new 1,779 cc, 118 bhp version of the Alfa Romeo twin cam engine the top speed rose to 190 km/h (118 mph). The car does not bear any Spider badging, just a "1750" script below the rear Alfa Romeo badge. During the production run, the side repeater lights were moved ahead of the wheel arches.
The Spider 1300 Junior was introduced in June alongside the GTA 1300 Junior competition coupé. Its 1,290 cc twin cam engine is the same used on the GT 1300 Junior coupé, and produces 89 bhp. Top speed is 170 km/h (106 mph). Mechanically the Junior differes from the 1750 only in engine displacement and output, while inside it lacks some features of the pricier model: namely opening quarter lights, centre console, and the three-spoke wood rimmed steering wheel, replaced by a two-spoke plastic rimmed one. From outside the Junior version could be recognised by its black-coloured lower front bumper and absence of plastic headlamp fairings.

1750 Spider Veloce

Spider 1300 Junior
 

1750

1750 4 cyl., 1779 cm³, 118 cv - new model
  Berlina wb: 2570 mm

The 1750 Berlina saloon was presented to the international press in January 1968 in Vietri sul Mare (Salerno), together with the 1750 GT Veloce coupé and Spider Veloce. Some days later it was displayed at the Brussels Motor Show.
It is based on the existing Giulia saloon with a longer wheelbase than the Giulia, and revised external panels, but it share many of the same internal panels. The windscreen is also the same. The revisions were carried out by Bertone. The car has a 1,779 cc engine producing 118 bhp with two twin sidedraught carburettors and hydraulic clutch.
 
 

1750 GT Veloce

1750 GT Veloce 105.44 (4 cyl., 1779 cm³, 113 cv; wb: 2350 mm) - nowy model


1750 GT

1750 GT
 

2600

2600 Berlina
2600 SZ

 

33

 


33.2 Stradale
 

Drugie (Galli/Giunti) i trzecie (Canoni/Bianchi) miejsce w Targa Florio (I).
Zwycięstwo (Galli/Bianchi/Vacarella) w Mugello (I)

Victories:
2nd Targa Florio #186 33/2 Galli / Giunti
3rd Targa Florio #192 33/2 Casoni/Bianchi
Entries and results:
  Targa Florio 05.05.1968 Entrant: Results:    
#         gen. class category
34 Giulia SS   Troia / Barraco Pegaso 41st      
40 Duetto   De Gregorio/Merendino   -      
42 Giulia SS   De Luca / La Mantia Pegaso -      
48 Duetto   Capra / Sala Sant'Ambroeus 28th      
50 Duetto   Fasciana Nissena dns      
52 Duetto   Cedrati   dns      
54 Duetto   Cecchini / Cecchini Pegaso 34th      
56 Duetto   Cedrati   dns      
74 1750 GT   Verna / Cosentino Nord-Ovest dns      
122 Giulia TZ   Giugno Nissena dns      
124 Giulia TZ   Bersano / Morando Monzeglio (?) 42nd      
126 Giulia TZ   Lo Piccolo / Sutera Pegaso 33rd      
178 33/2   Pilette / Slotemaker Racing Team VDS 5th      
180 33/2   Gosselin / Trosch Racing Team VDS fail.      
182 33/2   Baghetti / Biscaldi Autodelta 6th      
186 33/2   Galli / Giunti Autodelta 2nd      
192 33/2   Casoni / Bianchi Autodelta 3rd      
220 33/2   Vaccarella / Schutz Autodelta acc.      
                 
24 Hours Le Mans 28-29.09-1968 Entrant: Results: Index:
#   chassis #     gen. class perf. eff.
37 T 33 B/2 75033020 Pilette/Slotemaker Racing Team VDS dnf - - -
38 T 33 B/2 75033018 Facetti/Dini Autodelta 5th 2nd prot.1.6-2.0 5th 8th
39 T 33 B/2 75033017 Giunti/Galli Autodelta 4th 1st prot.1.6-2.0 2nd  
40 T 33 B/2 75033023 Casoni/Biscaldi Autodelta 6th 3rd prot.1.6-2.0 9th  
41 T 33 B/2 75033022 Vaccarella/Baghetti Autodelta fail. - - -
65 T 33 B/2 75033016 Trosch/von Wendt Racing Team VDS dnf - - -

#48 Girolamo Capra and Giancarlo Sala won Targa Florio 1301-1600 cc class in the Duetto. The 2nd place took Ansano Cecchini and Luigi Cecchini, also in the Duetto.
#42 Giulia SS (Paolo De Luca / Giovanni La Mantia) by Pegaso.

The winners of 1301-1600 cc class at Targa Florio: Pietro Lo Piccolo and Salvatore Sutera in the Giulia TZ. 2nd was the Giulia TZ #124 driven by Aldo Bersano and Sergio Morando.

Alfa Romeo 33/2 at Targa Florio, entered by Racing Team VDS, driven by Teddy Pilette and Rob Slotemaker finished 5th.

Entered by Autodelta, 33/2 with "Nanni" (Giovanni Galli) and Ignazio Giunti finished 2nd at Targa Florio.

Autodelta at Targa Florio.

3rd at Targa Florio: 33/2 driven by Mario Casoni and Luciano Bianchi (Autodelta).

Alfa Romeo T 33 B/2, chassis #75033018, engine: Alfa Romeo 1996 cm³ (Carlo Facetti / Spartaco Dini) by Autodelta SpA at 24h Le Mans.

Alfa Romeo T 33 B/2, chassis #75033017, engine: Alfa Romeo 1996 cm³ (Ignazio Giunti / Nanni Galli) by Autodelta SpA at 24h Le Mans.

#40 Alfa Romeo T 33 B/2, chassis #75033023, engine: Alfa Romeo 1996 cm³ (Mario Casoni / Gianpiero Biscaldi) by Autodelta SpA at 24h Le Mans.

Alfa Romeo T 33 B/2, chassis #75033022, engine: Alfa Romeo 1996 cm³ (Nino Vaccarella / Giancarlo Baghetti) by Autodelta SpA at 24h Le Mans.

Alfa Romeo T 33 B/2, chassis #75033016, engine: Alfa Romeo 1996 cm³ (Serge Trosch / Freiherr Karl von Wendt) by Racing Team VDS at 24h Le Mans.