Classic Car Catalogue

Alfa Romeo 1971

GT Junior
Junior Zagato
1750 - discontinued (102135 ex.)
2000 - new model
1750 GT
Alfasud - Turin




1300 TI   4 cyl., 1290 ccm, 84 ch  
1300 Super 4 cyl., 1290 ccm, 89 cv  
Super 4 cyl., 1570 ccm, 102 ch  
  Berlina   wb: 2510 mm    

Giulia 1300 TI

Giulia Super

GT 1300 Junior

GT 1300 Junior 4 cyl., 1290 ccm, 87 ch  
GTA 1300 Junior   4 cyl., 1290 ccm, 95 ch  
  Coupé   wb: 2350 mm    



1300 Junior   4 cyl., 1290 cm³, 89 cv  
Veloce 1750   1779 cm³, 124 cv - discontinued
2000 Veloce 4 cyl., 1962 cm³, 132 cv - new model
    Roadster   wb: 2250 mm    

The Spider Veloce get a new, larger powerplant—a 1962 cc, 132 bhp unit—and consequently the name was changed from 1750 Spider Veloce to 2000 Spider Veloce.


Junior Z

 Junior Z 105.93 4 cyl., 1290 cm³ 89 cv  
  Coupé Zagato  wb: 2250 mm    


1750 and 2000

1750 4 cyl., 1779 cm³, 118 cv (DIN) - discontinued
2000 4 cyl., 1962 cm³, 130 cv (DIN) - new model
  Berlina wb: 2570 mm

In 1971, the 1750 Berlina was fitted with an experimental three-speed ZF automatic gearbox. The model designation was 1750A Berlina. The automatic gearbox wasn't well-suited to the four-cylinder motor due to baulky shifting and ill-chosen gear ratio. Because of this, its fuel consumption was frighteningly high and acceleration was a bit too slow. 252 units were produced.
During the year the 1750 gave way to the 2000 Berlina. Some 83 final 1750 Berlinas were assembled in 1972.
A different grill and external lights distinguishes 2000 from 1750. With two carburetors, the 2 litre Twin Cam engine produces 132 bhp). Top speed is 200 km/h (124 mph). In USA this engine is equipped with mechanical fuel injection. Gearbox is 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic.


1750 GT Veloce
2000 GT Veloce

1750 GT Veloce 105.44  4 cyl., 1779 cm³, 113 ch - discontinued (44,269 ex.)
2000 GT Veloce 105.21 4 cyl., 1962 cm³ 132 ch - new model  
  Coupé   wb: 2350 mm    



Montreal  V8 cyl., 90°, 2593 cm³ 200 cv  
  Coupé  wb: 2350 mm

Tipo 105.64 the Montreal was shown at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show and was quite different from the original prototype seen at Expo in 1967. The production model is using a 2593 cc 90° dry-sump lubricated V8 engine with SPICA (Società Pompe Iniezione Cassani & Affini) fuel injection that produces around 200 bhp, coupled to a five-speed ZF manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential. This engine was derived from the 2-litre V8 used in the 33 Stradale and in the Tipo 33 sports prototype racer, revving up to 7,000 rpm. The chassis and running gear of the production Montreal are taken from the Giulia GTV coupé and comprise double wishbone suspension with coil springs and dampers at the front and a live axle with limited slip differential at the rear.



Alfasud  B4 cyl., 1186 cm³ 63 cv - new model
  Berlina wb: 2455 mm    

The Alfasud was shown at the Turin Motor Show and was immediately praised by journalists for its styling. The four-door saloon features an 1,186 cc Boxer water-cooled engine with a belt-driven overhead camshaft on each block. It also has an elaborate suspension setup for a car in its class (MacPherson struts at the front and beam axle with Watt's linkage at the rear). Other unusual features for this size of car are four-wheel disc brakes (with the front ones being inboard) and rack and pinion steering.
The engine design allows the Alfasud a low bonnet line, making it very aerodynamic, and in addition gives it a low centre of gravity. As a result of these design features, the car has an excellent performance for its engine size, and levels of roadholding and handling that would not be equaled in its class. Despite its two-box shape, the Alfasud is not a hatchback. Some of the controls were unorthodox, the lights, indicators, horn, wipers and heater fan all being operated by pulling, turning or pushing the two column stalks.



3rd 1000km Buenos Aires #14 T33/3 Stommelen/Galli
2nd 12h Sebring #33 T33/3 Galli/Stommelen
3rd 12h Sebring #32 T33/3 de Adamich/Pescarolo
1st BOAC 1000km #54 T33/3 de Adamich/Pescarolo
3rd Trofeo Filippo Caracciolo   T33/3 de Adamich/Pescarolo
3rd 1000km Spa #2 T33/3 de Adamich/Pescarolo
1st Targa Florio #5 T33/3 Vaccarella/Hezemans
2nd Targa Florio #2 T33/3 de Adamich/van Lennep
2nd Austrian 1000km #3 T33/3 Hezemans/Vaccarella
3rd Austrian 1000km #2 T33/3 Stommelen/Galli
1st Watkins Glen 6 Hours #30 T33/3 de Adamich/Peterson
2nd International Championship for Makes (T33/3)
Entries and results:
‚ÄÉTarga Florio (16.05.1971) Entrant: Results:
        gen. class category
#1 33TT3 Facetti/Zeccoli/Stommelen Autodelta dns - -
#2 33/3 De Adamich/van Lennep Autodelta 2nd 2nd - proto 2nd - 2001-3000
#3 33/3 Todaro/Latteri Brescia Corse acc. - -
#5 33/3 Vaccarella/Hezemans Autodelta 1st 1st - proto 1st - 2001-3000
#6 33/3 Stommelen/Kinnunen Autodelta acc. - -
#85 Giulia GTA Rinaldi/Dini   dns - -
#88 Giulia GTA Randazzo/Barraco Pegaso fail. - -
#89 Giulia GTA Gagliano/Gagliano   acc. - -
#91 Giulia GTA D'Amico/Perniciaro   dns - -
#97 Giulia GTA Rizzo/Alongi   16th 9th - GT 3rd - 1301-1600
#98 Giulia GTA Catalano/"Zino"   dns - -
#100 Giulia GTA Semilia/Vassallo   41st 27th - GT 7th - 1301-1600
#101 Giulia GTA Cristoforo/Montecatini   fail. - -
#102 Giulia GTA Zanetti/Ruspa Monzeglio 11th 6th - GT 1st - 1301-1600
#104 Giulia GTA Trombetti/Papetti   dns - -

Alfa Romeo T33-3 (Autodelta S.p.a). Andrea de Adamich with van Lennep were 2nd at Targa Florio.

Targa Florio winners: T33/3 (Nino Vaccarella - Andrea De Adamich).

Targa Florio.

Targa Florio.

Giulia GTA (Silvestre Semilia - "Harka" Giuseppe Vassallo) at Targa Florio.

Giulia GTA (Maurizio Zanetti - Renzo Ruspa): 1st in 1301-1600 cc class (category gran turismo) at Targa Florio (Monzeglio Squadra Corse).

24H Spa 1971
#42 Hezemans / Facetti (2000 GTAm)
#77 Picchi / Zeccoli (1300 GTA Junior)
#40 Vaccarella / Berger (2000 GTAm)
#41 Toussaint / Bertinchamps (2000 GTAm)