As usual there were more Spider/Spider Veloce’s on the market than any other Giulietta. If you go down the list you will see a lot of red -but the two verified high dollar cars were non-red, black and celeste rather. $70,100 for the very nice celeste 750D is serious money considering the years high sale was the black Veloce at $90,000. Next year I expect to see one or two nice cars over $100,000 -probably a restored, non-red 750F if it happens. On the project front, the flow of freshly unearthed cars hasn’t slowed, and I don’t expect it to, since these cars, even in serious disrepair, are obviously special.
Market 358 was Spider 750D 000647, a modified project that is on eBay at $2550 as I write.
Market 350 was a Giulia Spider 1600 on Craigslist for $3000. Might have been a good deal!
Market 303 was Spider 1600, failing to sell on eBay for $3050, is listed again as I type with an asking near $6000.
Market 338 was Spider 10123 379319, another project pulled from eBay -this one at $4000.
Market 339 was Spider 1600 Veloce 10118 390672, pulled from eBay after a few bids put it at just over a grand. A $4500 parts car? Depends on a few things…
Market 331 was Spider 750D 03930, selling on eBay to Germany for $6500.
Market 359 was Spider 09537, on eBay for $8000 opening bid as I write.
Market 346 was Spider 750D 000140, available from Classic Investments. Probably an $8000 car.
Market 343 was Spider Veloce 750F 05994, not meeting reserve on eBay when ending at $8600.
Market 342 was Spider 750D 02532, pulled from eBay. A $9000 car?
Market 345 was Spider 750D 03719, selling on eBay for $10,211, a car that had been flooded, but was very well presented.
Market 304 was Spider 750D 06223, with a genuine Pininfarina hardtop, selling on eBay for $13,200.
Market 336 was Spider 10118 390369, pulled off eBay when it was at about $9000. A $15,000 project car?
Market 356 was Spider Veloce 10125*10642, listed on the Alfa BB looking for offers. Probably a $15,000 car?
Market 353 was Spider Veloce 750F 03317, for sale in Italy without an asking price. A $15,001 car?
Market 308 was a 750D Spider with a genuine Pininfarina hardtop that sold for about $16,000 on the AlfaBB.
Market 302 was Spider Veloce 10107 07526 initially listed for $24,500 but still available with an asking price of $17,000 as I type.
Market 310 was Spider 10103 170509 selling for about $18,000 off eBay.
Market 337 was Spider 750D 02031. Nicely set up for racing and selling on eBay for $19,800.
Market 300 was Spider 10103 171138 that failed to sell on eBay for $23,500.
Market 311 was a 10103 Spider failing to sell on eBay for $24,000.
Market 316 was Spider 10103 169986, failing to sell on eBay for $24,500.
Market 326 was Spider 10103 169451, a clean Spider that did multiple tours of duty on eBay. It reached $25,100 the time I tracked it.
Market 347 was Spider 750D 04335, for sale by Beverly Hills Car Club for $26,500.
Market 293 was Spider 170380, an ex Carrerra participant for about $28,000. Can’t remember what it sold for.
Market 328 was Spider 10103 370324, an incorrect, though functional and decent looking car with the price tag of $29,000.
Market 344 was Spider Veloce 750F 03409, for sale by Beverly Hills Car Club. A somewhat overpriced project at $29,500.
Market 329 was Spider 750D 04899, a giuliettas.com exclusive offered for $30,000.
Market 296 was Spider 10103 171428, available on Craigslist. I didn’t get a price but $30,000 seems reasonable.
Market 348 was Spider 10103 370548, selling for $30,101.
Market 327 was Spider 750D 03579, a pretty nice car that was bid to $30,200 but did not meet reserve.
Market 355 was Spider Veloce 750F 02264, selling for $31,000!
Market 253 was Spider Veloce 10107 10201, listed for $32,000. Originally posed in 8/2010 for $39,875.
Market 318 was Spider 750D 00599, selling on eBay for $32,200.
Market 349 was Spider 10103 370837 for $34,900. I doubt it will sell for this unless some work is done.
Market 95 is a repeat from 2009, restored and now 32,000 Euro’s or $41,6000 at the time of writing.
Market 286 was Spider 378523, listed by Fantasy Junction and selling for $44,500.
Market 354 was Spider Veloce 750D 01925, asking price 42,000 Euro’s – $54,300 at time of writing.
Market 320 was Spider 750D 00627, offered on eBay then pulled and sold through Fantasy Junction. I think it was $60,000?
Market 319 was Spider 750D 00134, failing to sell on eBay after reaching $60,100.
Market 335 was Spider Veloce 1600 10118 390532, sold by Fantasy Junction for $68,500!
Market 309 was Spider Veloce 750F 03861, selling for $70,100 on eBay.
Market 317 was Spider 750D 00040, for the asking of 55,000 Euro’s or $71,100.
Market 292 was Spider Veloce 10107 07600, selling at auction at Amelia Island for $90,000 + $9,000 premium.
Market 290 was Spider 750D 0042, available in Australia for $101,000!