Via youtube: Dorian Valenzuela made sure to finish resto-modding his classic 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti before applying to Singer Vehicle Design, and it’s a beautiful part of what got him the job.
The original Giulia may not have been the most beautiful Alfa Romeo ever built, but it was one of the coolest. It was built at two different locations in Milan from 1962 through 1978, and as squared-off as it is, it still has an enduring sense of style. No wonder Alfa is planning on reviving the nameplate, just as it did with the Giulietta.
It’s just the kind of car that a video series like Petrolicious was born to profile, and that’s why it’s the subject of this latest episode. This particular 1970 Giulia 1300 Ti belongs to one Dorian Valenzuela, who bought it on Craigslist and modified it just the way he wanted – and to beautiful effect, we might add. In fact, we weren’t the only ones who were impressed with Dorian’s work, either: the job he did on the Giulia lead him to land a job with Singer Vehicle Design, purveyor of spectacularly reimagined Porsche restomods.