Few Americans may be aware, but 2010 was the final year for the Alfa Romeo Spider. While this most famous of Italian roadsters hasn't been sold on these shores in almost twenty years, the last car to wear the Spider badge was a front-wheel drive wedge shaped sports car based on the Brera coupe. A far cry, then, from it's forefather we see here, the Giulietta Spider. But whether it's the boat tailed Spider that made its appearance in The Graduate or the later wedge shaped Spider of the late 1990s, these cars have always personified carefree, open roofed motoring at its finest. This Giulietta Spider has been recently restored by a specialist in Philadelphia and looks stunning in classic red.
This is a freshly restored 1959 Alfa Guilietta: Euro Auto Classics Philadelphia who specialize in Alfa Restorations. The Unibody was stripped and all new Original Alfa Red was applied. All trim was re chromed and looks brilliant. New head lamps and Tail Lights, new bumpers, new seats and interior was imported from Italy. New top from Italy
Engine rebuilt, new tires and wheels, all electric was redone. New fuel tank, all brakes and rotors are new. The car was completely stripped and re done professionally. The car runs and drive awesome. Has a five speed manual. Undercoated with fiberglass, new mufflers
Will go to one of the live auctions after this sale if unsold.
Any Giulietta Spider that is well sorted will command strong money. More than likely, this one's reserve is probably in the high $20,000 to low $30,000 range. With summer right around the corner, it's the perfect time to try one of these classics on for size.