As a Club, we are dedicated to the preservation of 750 and 101 series series Alfa Romeos of the period 1954 - 1965.
Revived in the UK in 1979 by Tony Stevens, the Register now has well over 400 members worldwide. The Register organises events, publishes a quarterly magazine, and generally acts as a focal point for owners of these beautiful cars, all over the world.
Voted one of the top 25 cars of The Century, The Alfa Romeo Giulietta and 101 Giulia models have long been regarded as one of Italy's post-war industrial 'jewels'.
With their advanced, all-aluminium twin-cam engines, impressive power outputs, delicate and sensitive handling, and bodywork by the best of italy's designers and carrozzerie, they were (and are) held in high-esteem by automotive journalists, collectors and owners alike. If your reason for visiting this site is to learn more about the cars, then do click on the 'History' link , where you'll get a 'potted history'.
If, however, you are a current (or future) owner of one of these cars, then hopefully this website will give you a small taster of the benefits of belonging to the largest club solely for Giuliettisti in the world!
Our club magazine (called the Giuliettaletta) is an award-winning journal, published quarterly (roughly March, June, September and December) and packed full of interesting articles on restoration, parts sources, technical issues, market values and much more!
The magazine also lists Giulietta-related classified ads, some of which appear on this site. So, if you're looking for a car, or even just parts, you'll find a large selection for sale on our Advertisements page!
The Register organises several meetings and tours in the UK and abroad every year, and details of these events, as well as the latest Register News, are listed on our Events page. Be sure to check it regularly!