Thursday, June 10, 2021

THIS is my 2019 Alfa Romeo NRING For Sale


 Yes, it's true I will be selling this gorgeous 2019 limited edition NRING Giulia Quadrifoglio on Cars & Bids starting Monday, June 14th, 2021.  This is a very rare car with only 55 of the Giulia NRINGs produced for the US market, along with 55 of Alfa's SUV's  known as the Stelvio.  Check out the Cars & Bids auction that runs for seven days ending on Monday, June 21st to follow the action.

Here's an email I sent to Alfa Romeo in my quest to be able to buy one.: 



Sure to be a classic and a prized collectible, you are looking at car #07 of 55. I was lucky to be able to get car #7 which happens to correspond with Alfa Romeo Formula 1 racing driver Kimi Raikkonen's number. This is a chance to own a piece of Alfa Romeo history in a long line of racing legend going back to 1910.  The Quadrifoglio, or four leaf clover has only been allowed to adorne Alfa Romeo's fastest and highest performance vehicles, and this Circuito Grey beauty displays it proudly.

The NRING Edition was created by Alfa Romeo to pay tribute to it breaking the track record for any four door sedan to lap the Nurburgring when it was introduced in late 2016.   A mind blowing 7:32 lap places it among the fastest sports cars, and this is a four door!  It has been called a four door Ferrari for good reason, becaue it is powered by a 2.9 liter, twin turbo Ferrari derived engine and its suspension was designed in conjunction with Ferrari engineers. Even It's aerodynamics were developed in Ferrari's wind tunnel.  At 505 HP, 443 lb-ft of Torque and a top speed of 191 MPH, this is one special car.

And before I end this brief announcement,  here's a video talking about the Alfa Romeo GTV that has become a part of Alfa's history and at the end of the clip a graph showing how valuable these cars are and hinting the potential for appreciation for this NRING that you can buy and enjoy now!

Click below to see how Alfa history was made:

Alfa Romeo Classic - The GTV

                        And here' a picture of my 1972 GTV.   The legend continues!



                                                  And here's the new history in the making:

            I hope you check out the auction and look for my update soon from all the action in two weeks when I travel to Watkins Glen International for the IMSA Sahleen Six Hours of the Glen, brought to you by Carcamerastory publisher, Paul Ziegler.

No comments:

Post a Comment