Alfa Romeo TZ 750070
Alfa Romeo TZ 750070
Type: Alfa Romeo TZ
Serial Number: AR10511 750070
Year of construction:  September 3, 1964
Comments:  
Date Owner Location Remarks

September 3, 1964

 

 

Production Date

September 14, 1964

Ira Russell Anderson

San Francisco, CA, USA

First owner

 

Eugene Smith

Fremont, CA, USA

Narcotics officer from the City of Fremont, California.

Was replacing his other now-wrecked Auto Delta TZ-1 that he had crashed at Candlestick Park raceway a year earlier. (?)

Smith campaigned the TZ, with Alfa factory support, in SCCA C production for the 1965 season.
He won at Stockton, Cotati Raceway (another northern California airfield course) and finally at Laguna Seca to capture the C Production Pacific Coast SCCA regional championship in 1965.
During this final race at Laguna he tangled with two Corvettes eventually being declared the winner after the race was red flagged.
He subsequently retired from racing and used the TZ sparingly as a street car.

 

Bruce Vanyo

USA

"many years"

 

Robert Rubin

USA

Kept the car until he moved overseas

 

John Murphy

USA

Sold by his estate

 

 

CA, USA

Used the car for vintage racing.

Offers the car for sale through Morris & Welford in November 2014

1984

 

 

Marcello Minerbi in his book:
History & present whereabouts unknown.

November 2014

 

USA

Offered for sale by Morris & Welford with the above history (marked in blue) but unfortunately presented without any proof (which doesn't mean it isn't true!).

M&W list the car as follows:

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This TZ is certainly unusual for all the right reasons since it still retains 95% of its original alloy bodywork, original interior pieces and its original Zagato seats. The engine that comes in the car is # *00055* which is a correct and numbered TZ unit fitted with an original TZ head and correct Weber 45mm carburetors, cold air box, magnesium oil pan and magnesium bell housing and all as fitted when purchased from the Murphy Estate. The gearbox is a correct close-ratio 5-speed GTA and it has a 5.12 rear end, also as when purchased from the Estate.
This is, in our professional opinion, one of the few TZ’s with a known traceable ownership history and one that has never been out of the USA since new, and is in remarkably sound and original condition.
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Alfa Romeo TZ 750070
Alfa Romeo TZ 750070
Alfa Romeo TZ 750070 as presented by Morrris & Welford in November 2014
Alfa Romeo TZ 750070
Alfa Romeo TZ 750070 as presented by Morrris & Welford in November 2014

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Zagato by Gianfranco Fagiuoli and Guido Gerosa 1969

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Zagato by Gianfranco Fagiuoli and Guido Gerosa 1969

Zagato by Gianfranco Fagiuoli / Guido Gerosa 1969.

Vintage 1969 book about the history of the Zagato Carrozerria, issued by Automobile Club D'Italia / L'Editrice dell'automobile.

Complete with dust jacket (small tear at the top of the back, see photos) and in very good condition.

Language: Italian

VERY SCARCE!

Only 1 available.

We offer FREE shipping to ANY destination in the world on this item but given its value and rarity, we advise you to take the optional insurance (available at check-out) on it.

Zagato by Gianfranco Fagiuoli and Guido Gerosa 1969

Zagato by Michele Marchiano Automobilia 1984

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Zagato by Michele Marchiano Automobilia 1984

Zagato by Michele Marchiano Automobilia 1984.

Vintage 1984 book about the history of the Zagato company from its earliest beginnings in 1919 up to 1984.

Issued by Automobilia.

Excellent condition for its age.

Language: English / Italian.

109 pages, hard cover, ca. 26 x 26 cm or 10 x 10 inches.

VERY SCARCE!

Only 1 available.

We offer FREE shipping to ANY destination in the world on this item but given its value and rarity, we advise you to take the optional insurance (available at check-out) on it.

Zagato by Michele Marchiano Automobilia 1984

Vintage 1950s 1960s Zagato lapel pin

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Vintage 1950s 1960s Zagato lapel pin

Here we have a genuine and vintage 1950's / 1960's Zagato logo lapel pin made by OMEA.

As visible in the photos, it does have some loss to the white cloisonné.

The overall height of the rear tab is roughly 19.5 mm (0.75 inch) with the logo measuring some 14 mm (0.55 inch) in width and 11 mm (0.43 inch) in height.

The rear of the tab has been marked by the manufacturer, OMEA of Milano Italy, including their logo and even their address: V. Albani 20.

A rare find that simply oozes patina and character!

Only 1 available.

We offer FREE shipping to ANY destination in the world on this item but given its value and rarity, we advise you to take the optional insurance (available at check-out) on it.

Vintage 1950s 1960s Zagato lapel pin