Vintage Cars have an unmistakable charm, but Italian vintage cars are in a league of their own. One of the leading car manufacturers in the world, Alfa Romeo was founded in 1910 in Milan,Italy, and has been a constant presence in car racing since 1911. The Giulia GT 1300 Junior is part of the 105/115 series of coupé cars based on the body created by legendary designer Giorgetto Giugiaro for Bretone. It was a revolutionary design for the 1960s era, as it featured integrated headlamps in the grille and an elegantly shaped front and rear glass which followed the lines of the car. Introduced in 1965, the 2-door Giulia GT 1300 Junior came as a replacement for the previous model in the series, the Giulia Sprint 1300. Crucially, the new car featured a smaller engine which allowed the owners to escape a higher tax band in Italy at the time. Though it had only 89 bhp, the 1300 (1290 cc) twin cam petrol engine still packed a punch and it could propel the car from 0-60 mph in 12.6 seconds, reaching a top speed of over 100 mph. But the car’s best features can be found in its stylish design, with lines that have a timeless beauty yet maintain their retro allure intact. Recently restored by Cool & Vintage, this 1968 model has been brought back to its former glory. The red paint makes a statement but also complements the vintage design perfectly. Inside, black leather upholstery brings more comfort and elegance at the same time, while the rich brown wooden dashboard adds a touch of warmth. But what impresses the most is the astounding attention to detail, usually found in the very best Italian designs. This model comes with a brand new Dietz USB stereo system and complete documentation for the restoration process. You can have this beauty for just under 40,000 dollars by going to the company’s website.