The Alfa Junior Coupe range styled by Bertone caused a real stir when it was introduced in 1963, with its stunning looks and range of twin-cam power plants it was soon clear that they drove beautifully and road tests of the day extolled their virtues.

Powerful lovely sounding engines, slick five-speed gearboxes and nimble well-balanced handling meant that they drove better than most of their contemporaries including competitors from Stuttgart and Modena!

The production run carried on until 1977 when Alfa eventually bowed to the trend of wedge-shaped cars and introduced the Alfetta Coupe.

This beautiful example was first registered and lived in France until a UK car collector purchased her in 2005.

The GT drives so well with an incredible rorty bellow from the carbs and twin cam chatter, the gearbox is smooth with absolutely no synchro issues providing the driver with a delicately balanced driving experience.

I have driven this beauty for over 100 miles and cannot fault the mechanical or bodywork /underside with the previous owners maintaining her to high standards over the past years.

There is a lovely history file with many invoices from Paris, Reims dating back to the 1990s and the last UK owner has clearly lavished time and effort on her.

Supplied fully inspected, serviced with 12 months warranty.