2010 Spider and Spider Veloce market review

2010 saw a lot of Spiders change hands around the world, from the roughest of the probably-impossible projects to the top of the market concours trailer queens. I did my best to take little snapshots as they passed with pictures matched to vin numbers and sale prices, but I probably missed a bunch. Anyway, here they are, cheapest to most expensive. Where no sale price was recorded I made an educated guess.  Last year I had more time so I did the Veloce’s separate -this year they are combined.  Lot of cars this year!

Market 230 was abomination “Jiuliet Spider Velosh” 750F*04640 selling for $1136.

Market 221 was Spider 750D 03746 selling for $1276.51.

Market 278 was Spider 750D 03133 was prepped for a V8 before the project stalled and it ended up on eBay, selling for $2749.99.

Market 265 was Spider Veloce 10125*10189, essentially a parts car going for $2850.55.

Market 186 was rusty Spider 10103 170124, selling for about $3000.

Market 252 was Spider 10104*09081 selling for $3950 (I think).

Market 277 was this unidentified project selling for $4550.

Market 231 was this rusty roller 750D 06844 which was being offered for $4950.

Market 183 was Spider 10103 169178, failing to sell for $4995.  Picture to the left, the best overall view photo from the auction set tells a lot as to why.

Market 233 was Spider 750D 01440, a project which sold for somewhere around $5000.

Market 199 was Spider 750D 06473, failing to sell for the eBay high bid of $5101.

Market 234II and 234 was Spider 750D 05223, a repeat customer from eBay selling for about $5500.

Market 205 was Spider 10103 10359, unsold for $8500.

Market 227 was this racer 10103/4 09363, selling on eBay for $8601.50,

Market 214 was Spider 1600 10123 372577 which sold twice by different owners, both on eBay, first for $12,850, then a second time for $10,850.

Market 188 was this Spider 10123 372427out of Italy for about $12,000.

Market 235 was Spider 750D 03571, a good project that sold for $12,100.

Market 212 was 1 and 1/2  1600 Spider Veloce’s 390255 and 390245, the pair selling for $12,200.

Market 154 was the saga of the Italian repatriotization of Spider 10103 10862 for re-export at a price of $12,478.

Market 223 was Spider 10104 08359, failing to sell on eBay after being bid to $12,634.01.

Market 254 was Spider 10103*171756, a California Black Plate barn find in great shape selling for a reasonable $13,900.

Market 215 was Spider 750D 01323, a decent driver no selling for an eBay high bid of $14,600.

Market 204 was Spider 10103 10301, a decent driver selling for $14,801.

Market 176 was Spider Veloce 750F 05693 selling on eBay for $16,751.

Market 225 was Spider 10123 379425 which sold for $16,850 out of Washington state.

Market 238 was Spider Veloce 750F 03326 selling for about $18,500.

Market 102 was Spider Veloce 10107 167587 selling for about $20,000.

Market 258 was this nice looking Spider (10103*170285) with a rod knock that failed to sell for $20,100 after a run on eBay.

Market 180 was Spider Veloce 10107 171715, selling for $21,100 after a flurry of bidding.

Market 239 was Spider 750D 05488 failing to sell for $22,200 with a follow up Buy it Now asking of $35,000.

Market 248 was Spider 750D*00418 in the Netherlands for about $23,000.

Market 263 was Spider 10103*167419, selling after a few tours of eBay for $23,995.

Market 201 was Spider 10123 373471, selling out of Florida for about $23,000.

Market 261 was Spider 10123*375767 out of Buffalo NY selling for $26,211.

Market 211 was Spider 750D 06116, selling for $26,450.

Market 266 was Spider Veloce 1600 10118*390717, reaching $27,000 but without reserve being met.  The big hold-up here is the lack of the correct 00121 prefixed Veloce engine.

Market 209 was Spider 750D 07104, selling for $27,201.

Market 217 was Spider 10103 09331, a good car with an excellent auction selling for $28,600.

Market 213 was Spider 750D 01503, a repeat seller that kept increasing in price for no good reason, finally ending up with a classic car hobbyist/dealer for $29,500.

Market 200 was Spider 10104 08888, sold by Hyman for $29,500.

Market 162 was Spider 10123 373358- the rare ingenuous eBay auction that a dealer finds, buys and tacks a hefty ‘I was there’ tax on and resales for a profit -in this case ending at about $30,000 when the dust cleared.

Market 182 was Spider Veloce 750F 06721, out of Italy for $30,001.

Market 275 was this nicely refreshed Spider (10103/4 1495*08598) out of California, on eBay as I prepare this review.  Sold once for $39,000 Buy it Now, but was relisted and currently sits at about $20K.  Lets split the difference and figure it will eventually sell for somewhere in the low to mid $30K’s.

Market 197 was BringaTrailer exclusive 1600 Spider 10123 392337 which changed hands a few times the last time for around $32,500.

Market 232 was this race car which sold for $33,000.

Market 229 was 1600 Veloce 10118 390171 with an asking price of $35,000.

Market 174 was Spider 10103 08393, being listed many times with a final Hail Mary Buy it Now attempt at $38,000.  Not sure if it sold.

Market 220 was Spider Veloce 750F 05388 selling for $39,500.

Market 253 was Spider Veloce 10107*10201 with an asking price of $39,875.

Market 206 was Spider 10103 370931, one of the last 1300’s, that sold for $45,400.

Market 247 was Spider 750D 07183 for $52,000 out of Germany.  A lot of money but a nice car.

Market 181 was Spider Veloce 750F 01942 selling for a reasonable $60,000.

Market 244 was Spider 750D*00724 selling at auction for about $75,000.

Market 177 was Spider 10123 379814, selling for an unprecedented for this sub-model price of just over $80,000 at auction.

Market 222 was Spider 750D 00007, a prototype selling for near the asking price of $225,000, and headed to Milan.

Lots of red cars this year!

2009 Spiders

2009 Spider Veloces

2008 Spiders

2008 Spider Veloces


One thought on “2010 Spider and Spider Veloce market review

  1. Hi good info as i have a concours 101 spider and although its not for sale its good to know the rough prices of the cars sold and for sale,
    do you have a listing for the giulia SS?
    Dave ward

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