Whoa! I got to this really late, sorry. Yes, I owned a 1966 Giulia Sprint GT. It was a gem of a car, and I've always regretted that I sold it. Until I remember the incredible booming exhaust resonance at 70mph, the lack of air conditioning, the seats that were too short, the steering wheel that was too far away, the weird tire size, the unusable back seat, the claustrophobic side windows, and a few other things. But it was a real driver's car, very precise, very responsive.Betsy the Quilter said:Hey, JMiked, love the Alfa logo! Do you have an Alfa? My husband had a '74 Spider Veloce when we met, and has owned a '67 GTV, a '67 Gulia Super sedan, and some four door sedan that he can't recall. I was very upset when he sold the Spider, although he bought something else to replace it.
I was lucky, I guess..... I didn't care for the pre- or post-1966 models all that much with the exception of the Canguro (never produced) and the Montreal (not legally available in the US).
I finally had enough of no A/C in the Texas heat and traded it off on a 1968 Mercedes sedan. Talk about culture shock.