Giulia Spider Veloce 10118*390616, 00536*07913 (not original). This Spider Veloce is on eBay right now out of Princeton NJ. The body looks to be in great shape and is described as having been finished to the point of being ready for paint. Original color was Black with probably red interior -a stunning combo! Biggest drawback I can see is the lack of the original engine. The 00121 engines it shares with the Giulia Sprint Speciale’s do come up, but not often and not cheap. I know where there is one right now…
Always a pleasure to behold. Stance is per original -not with the modern springs and all that lowers it quite a bit. Wheels are Borranis. Looks like a good place to start.
Giulietta Spider 750F 1495*07012. This car is available now out of Bethel CT from a seller who seems to have a never ending supply of Alfa projects to offer up. This car is a late SWB 750 Veloce, a desire-able thing these days, and it looks to have most of the hard to get stuff under the hood. Asking price is $26,500. Not bad if the rust isn’t too crippling. Might be a good deal if you’ve been considering adding one of these to the fleet.
Flat black has the potential to hide a multitude of sins. Looks straight at least. I wonder if the trim is included. Note the engine in the back ground.
Update 4/23/2013: Seller contacted me to tell me the original block is included. I guess this mitigates some of the ‘original engine’ perceptions. Can perceptions be mitigated? Hmmm.
Giulietta Spider 10125*10115. This clean Spider is available through Hemmings right now. They seem to let their listings ride for months -probably to keep the overall site listing count from dipping below some minimum, so there’s no guarantee it’s still available, but a quick call to the seller should tell. The car is very clean and shiny, with compelling, although way too dark to reveal much of the details images. If you are in the market for an early LWB Spider Veloce and $99,500 doesn’t scare you off, you should book a trip to PA and go take it for a drive.
Nearly invisible door shut lines? Check. Borrani wheels? Check. 20 footer? Check. Car looks really good, but these images are too dark and too low resolution to be more than marginally useful. Enough to base a trip to PA on I guess.
Update 3/2/13: Seller pulled the auction making me think it either didn’t seem like it was going to recoup their investment if the no reserve auction was allowed to play out, or they sold it off eBay. Not sure which is more likely…
Update 2/9/13: This car is available again on eBay out of Santa Barbara from someone who knows their Alfa’s if the garage it’s in is any indication. I had this listed as 11337, but it’s 11332. Looks pretty good all cleaned up!
Scrappy. Just needs some work and a few rare parts like the firewall mounted air box.
The Spider market in 2012 is slightly up from 2011, with a lot of cars changing hands. There were, as always, a lot of cheap scary projects with decent cars coming in the list around $20,000 and thinning out as they approach the top car this year, with an ask of $125,000 -a very nice Veloce.
Market 391 was very early Spider 750D 00345 in very bad condition selling for $1000.
Market 451 was 10103*170856, a rough shell and some parts selling for $2850.
Market 395 was a Spider roller for a few grand.
Update 12/12/12: What are the chances this car is available now on Autotrader for $17,000? Not much I would bet. Thanks Mark for pointing this scam out!
Update 7/12: Car sold for a little over $60,000.
Giulietta Spider Veloce 10107*167647, 00106*01234. This car is on eBay right now out of Georgia by a reputable seller usually dealing in Maserati’s. The car is tidy, complete and functional and would likely suit the buyer looking for something they can use without worry and improve when the fit takes them.
Lovely. White suits the Spider very well. All the trim, fit and finish is nice. Sellers got a nice driveway!
Update 9/3/12: This car has been listed for sale in France now. No pictures of the intake set up so I assume they haven’t changed it to be more correct. Price is now 60,000 Euro’s.
1/10/12: Giulia Spider Veloce 1600 10118*390015, 00121*01569. From our pal’s Luzzago comes this 1600 Spider Veloce. You have to call them and engage in human interaction if you want to know the asking price -I’m going to guess that price is in line with the asking price we’ve seen for similar cars as such places as Fantasy Junction. All areas of the car are described in ALL CAPS as PERFECT. Go look in person, bring a parts book and a magnet.
It’s red. It’s a late spider. It’s got a luster that triggers desire. It looks damn good.
Giulietta Spider Veloce 750F 1495*06380. This car is available out of Connecticut on eBay. Engine is not original and it needs a lot of help in all the usual areas, except it doesn’t appear to be too rusty. Presence of original Pininfarina hardtop is unusual and will add a few thousand bucks to the result.
So far so goo. Some bits are missing but they are included. Headlights look like the original Carello units
Giulietta Spider Veloce 750F 1495*04699, 1315*31090. This car is on eBay right now. Has it weaknesses and strengths. No surprise why it’s on eBay this particular week. Here’s an idea: you provide the captions, I’ll add them. Just say which picture your comment is for. Hint: B- or C+…
Scott’s intro: “Looks like a few of the cars that have come up for sale in the last year. Fix a few details and it would sell for a fair bit more.”
Craig’s overall: “She could use a little rust cleanup in the engine bay,a set of the green Cavis ignition wires, white plastic on the horn ring, seat repair, proper exhaust system, gauge inserts and a Veloce tach. Nothing to bad here I give her a B.”
Mike I says: “First photo. As per Mr Hamilton: nice complete trim. Good shut lines correct borrani wheels. Good stance, with shiny paint……”
Giulietta Spider Veloce 750F 1495*04191. This car was on eBay for about 30 hours before being pulled and declared No Longer Available. Someone with a spare Veloce block must have made an unrefuseable offer. I guess we will have to keep waiting to see what a 750 Veloce goes for without a Veloce engine… Will the new owner please step forward!
A fine looking example, without much to be done. I like them like this -no worry driving them around. Hood spear gone? 165 series tires?
Update 7/21/12: No takers. Ended at $31,000. Reserve was probably closer to $40K.
Giulietta Spider Veloce 750F 1495*03454, 1315*32930 (unsure if original to car). This car is on eBay right now from a seller who frequently has interesting early Giulietta’s and Giulietta stuff. It’s a running driving car with a 1600 installed, but comes with a ’58 Veloce engine. It’s unclear whether it’s the original engine. Pictures are few, but it looks pretty good.
Looks pretty good. Hood fit is a bit off. No bumper over-riders. Good start or use as is!
Giulia Spider Veloce 10118*390183, 00536*20568 (not original). Fantasy Junction has this car listed on eBay right now. The car is in pretty good shape -with some details to sort out. The engine is simultaneously the best thing about the car -having been rebuilt by Conrad Stevenson, and the thing that will always keep this car from being a top of the market car.
Lovely in white as usual. Hood fit is very good. Trim all looks great -there’s a little bump in the drivers side leading edge of the bumper.