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Alfa Romeo 1750 background information
Alfa Romeo 1750/2000 (Both 105 series) – a compact representative car, which was manufactured by the ALFA ROMEO Automobile Company in 1967-1977.
1750 Berlina – sedan, presented in 1967 together with 1750 GTV in the body coupe and a 1750 Spider cabriolet. Model 1750 replaced the early Alfa Romeo Giulia Berlina. Unlike the Giulia 1750 small, the body is recycled and increased in a volume engine, with many similar parts. It is worth noting that this model during its production was less successful.
1750 Berlina was built on the basis of the existing sedan Giulia, which was in production. The Alfa Romeo 1750 was presented as a top car, on a stage higher than Giulia. In the United States, Giulia sedan stopped immediately sold and was completely replaced by 1750 Berlina.
The body 1750 had an enlarged wheelbase than Giulia, many body panels have been viewed, and the internal remained similar. Windshield on models was the same. Restyling was conducted by Bertone and, although it resembled Giulia, some of the excellent folds on the car were smoothed out, and significant changes in the processing of parts were carried out. The rear dimensions were subsequently used on de Tomaso Longchamp.
The car had an engine with two carburetors and hydraulic grip. 1.8 The liter engine issued 118 hp (87 kW) with two paired carburettors. For the market in North America, Alfa Romeo 1750 was equipped with a Spica injector.
In 1971, 1750 Berlina was equipped with an experimental automatic 3-step transmission from ZF. The model was marked as 1750a Berlina. According to the official archives of Alfa Romeo, 252 cars were produced and only a few survived to this day. Some of the 1750a Berlina did not have production date plates. The automatic gearbox is not very well suited for a four-cylinder engine through the transmission shift and poorly selected transmitting ratios. Therefore, the fuel consumption was too large, and the set and switching speed was too slow.
In mid-1971, the 1750 series was replaced by 2000 series.
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