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Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA 1970 #33 Front - Ltd to 30

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  • LIMITED PRINT This print is limited to 30
  • SIZE 40 x 50cm | 16 x 20" (white margins included). For different dimensions, please contact us
  • PAPER Epson Gallery Superior Ultra Matte 190g/m²
  • PRINT Giclée High-quality print. 12 extra-long lasting inks (8 colours + 4 shades of black)
  • The print is delivered unframed but can be framed if desired

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Based on the Alfa Romeo Giulia Coupé, the GTA was first developed for production GT racing in 1965 by Autodelta, the Alfa Romeo factory motorsport department, which continued to offer it in both "Corsa" (race) and "Stradale" (street) versions until 1975. The "A" in the badge means "alleggerita" (lightened) and reflects the measures taken to trim the Giulia for competition, which, for Corsa models, included body panels of aluminum alloy, plexiglas side and rear windows, and numerous elements crafted from lightweight steel, magnesium and other weight-saving materials (the Stradale model, however, lacked a number of these pound-shedding strategies). The car was an immediate success, winning both the drivers' and constructors' title in its first season, only to go on to take the European GT Championship a resounding seven years in a row. The GTA made its racing debut on March 20th, 1966 at Monza. From then on, the Autodelta-prepared GTAs enjoyed outstanding success, winning the European Touring Car Championship three years running from 1966-68.In 1968, in response to the popularity of the under-1300cc racing class, Autodelta began production of the GTA 1300 Junior. The Championships of the 1300cc class had long been dominated by the Mini Cooper, but that would all change in 1968 with the arrival of the Alfa, the latter for the next few years enjoying a similar winning streak to that of the Mini in the early '60s. Unique to the model, the GTA 1300 Juniors were powered by a short-stroke 1290cc version of the Giulia's 1570cc inline four with the 78mm bore and a 67.5mm stroke crankshaft. Equipped with the GTA's twin-plug head and revving to more than 9,000rpm, this little gem of an engine produced 150bhp plus. A little over 400 GTA 1300 Juniors (all in either red and white or white and green livery) had been constructed when production ceased in 1975, but marque experts believe that no more than half this number exist today, surely putting this car by definition among the rarest of the all post-war Alfa Romeo models.

LIMITED PRINT This High-quality print will be printed at a very low number (30 only) and will never be printed again. Each print is hand numbered at its right bottom with a white felt pen on dark backgrounds and a black one on light backgrounds.

PAPER Epson Gallery Superior Ultra Matte 190g/m² The Epson Gallery Superior Ultra Matte 190g/m² is bleached to a bright white and offers the perfect foundation for reproducing the original colours with remarkable richness. It is very lightly textured, extra white and is made of 100% cotton. This paper is perfect for limited-edition art and fine art prints with its high sharp definition, soft fine texture and thickness.

SIZE 40 x 50cm | 16 x 20" (white margins included). For different dimensions, please contact us.

PRINT This high-quality print is carefully produced with the giclee process to maximise colour accuracy and resolution. Giclée (French for “sprayed”) is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed to saturate the fibres of the highest-quality papers resulting in pure rich colours, deep blacks and remarkable details. We do not manage the printing of the artwork you will receive simply because the printing process is a real art in itself. We chose to work with a professional French printing company (Atelier Photo Gaillandre).

This company uses the most modern, super-wide-format printing system from Epson, the 12 colours Epson Surecolor UltraChrome Pro pigments prints to ensure the finest tonal gradation. 8 colours + 4 shades of black provide all the nuances and emphasise every detail. Pictures are reproduced at an ultra-high resolution of 2,400 dpi with perfect grey balance and extremely long-lasting colours that is true to the original.

The print is delivered unframed but can be framed if desired, contact us.

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