V for Veloce
The Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV was designed to be fast. In fact, the “V” in the GTV name is for the word “veloce” which is the Italian word for fast. If you are relatively new to the vintage car market, the Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV is a wonderful project car. If you are on the fence about this classic 1960s model is ideal for your garage, there are some useful websites that can help you make up your mind if this Italian beauty is right for you.
One of the most useful websites is a blog called 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV MK 1. This blog is about one man’s journey to restore his 1969 Alfa Romeo. The helpful blog includes updates on the project including pictures of the process. The blogger includes sources and references so you can find the parts you need at the best prices. Along with the plenty of learning you will do while reading this blog, you will also be able to interact with the blogger who welcomes feedback and ideas.
Slow but Fun is another informative blog for those who love the Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV. This blog has an attractive design that is easy to navigate so you can quickly follow the restoration of the blogger’s obsession. If you want to see other Alfa models, this blogger has a few other categories, like General Alfa and the Rest of the Fleet, so you can get a eye-full of Alfas!
When you want to see what a project Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV can look like at the end, check out Steve McKelvie’s blog post about a yellow beauty. With bright, bold pictures, you can get a close up look at the potential final product on an Alfa restoration. McKelvie includes interesting history on the 1750 GTV and his opinion on the restoration project, too. You are bound to get some inspiration from this bright gem.
If you want to see the yellow 1750 GTV that McKelvie blogged about during its restoration, this blog from Car Build Index will show you the process. From start to finish, this blog brings the restoration to life. It also includes links to videos from Petrolicious so you can listen, watch, and learn along the way.