1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Tubolare Zagato
Chassis no AR 750032
Delivered new on May 19th 1964 in a white color scheme, to the Alfa Romeo agent in Lugano, Switzerland. The first owner Doctor Henry Wyss, who will keep it from 1964 to 1971. It was then sold to Mr Bernard Zwicky from 1971 to 1972, the re-sold to Mr Hans Wild is the canton of Zurich who will keep it from 1972 to 1976, during that time, #032 will be painted red.
In 1976, sold to Mr Werner Scholtyssek, re-sold in 1989 to a Swiss, Mr Heinrich Kaemper, Bändliweg 17, in Othmarsingen whom will keep it until 1990. While in his possession, he will prepare it for historic races and the car receives it’s ACS/FIA passeport number #1726 on March 2nd 1989. This document is included with the end of 1989. #032 is advertised for sale by the Oldtimer Garage in Toffen, Switzerland in it’s FIA configuration. It is bought by Mr Walter Notter from Wholen, Switzerland, it will stay his propriety from 1990 to 1995. Bought by Mr Ulrich Rossard from Aalen Germany, he will race in historical races in Germany unitif 2001. It is sold to a Japanese collecter. Seven years later, the car comes back to switzerland after being seldom used. It is for sale again by the Oldtimer Garage in Switzerland in December 2008. Beginning of 2011 sold to the actual owner.
#032 is sent to Italy, to the very famous « Faralli Restauri » in Pisa, to get a full restoration from 2012 to 2013. The invoice and some pictures from the restoration are also included with the car once the complete restoration, chassis, body, interior and paint is finished by Faralli, #032 is delivered to the historic workshop in France, as usual, take the whole mechanic apart parts by parts, taking extra care of the engine an transmission, is favorite parts. He builds two engines, the original, entirely revised to Alfa specifications and the second one with a double ignition/sparks plugs system, for historic competition. This meticulous mechanical restoration, includes as well, the differential, the engine, gear box, brakes, suspension, electrical system. #032 will then race in the Trofeo Nastro Rosso in Peter Auto race series, between 2014 and 2015. Since, #032 has been kept in it’s proprietor collection, with sporadic drives on the road. Here, are some pictures of the car in it’s actual state, ready to be enjoyed.