One of only two examples of the Alfa Romeo Giulia 1.6 Super in the "Torpedo" version, built by esteemed Coachbuilder, Colli. These uniquely modified examples were used as representative cars during special visits to the Alfa Romeo factory in Arese.
During a visit in 1966, the then President Giuseppe Saragat crossed the inner courtyards of the factory to greet the workers of the various departments. The car, without doors, has two large sofa style seats and a removable roof. Colli utilized a Giulia Super 1600 in 1965 and with just 1,500 KM from new, and having never been road registered, this incredible model is unique only to its twin, permanently house in the Alfa Romeo Museum.