Update 1/23/12: Alex contacted the seller and the stats are: Giulia Spider 1600 AR10123*378512, 00112*33388. Thanks Alex!
Giulia Spider 1600 10123. This car is available on Hemmings out of South Carolina for $39,500. Seller is listing it for a late friend – I presume for the estate. Condition looks really good, with some non-original touches that don’t really detract unless you’re a serious purist.
I like how clean the lines are in white -and when the rest is all blacks and silvers, it lends an almost clinical beauty. Hood and door fit well. Chromed wheels may have been a dealer add-on.
This side is equally attractive. It’s hard to get a car to this level of finish. Ask just about anyone who has gone through a restoration where they had a hand in the final assembly.
Nice to see original American market all red tail light lenses. New trunk seal rubber is probably pushing up on the lid a but.
“1964 Alfa Romeo Spider Giulia spider 1600, I am selling this 1964 Giulia Spider 1600 on behalf of my late friend.
He bought the car an had it restored about 10 years ago.
It has been kept in his air conditioned garage and is in very good original condition, no rust, no dents no scratches.
Mechanically it is in equally good shape and runs flawlessly, ready to be used as a driver or to win local awards.
The car can been seen any time upon short notice.
Hard top and cover included.”
More nearly monochrome. While restored it looks inviting rather than intimidating.
Does anyone know if these gauge inserts are available in reproduction? Motorola radio?
Impressive that they left the lubricant etc sticker on the underside of the hood alone. It’s not as hard as it seems to tuck the edges of the underhood ‘quilt’ under the edges of the hood frame. I think it was originally this way. Radiator overflow tubing and VDO wash bag are welcome breaks from the sterility.
A question for those with Webers like this: Is the improvement worth the loss of the original air box assembly? Very nicely detailed engine compartment.
I see a Koni. Interesting choice to let the chassis stiffener below the engine/transmission joint be the dividing line between white frame rails and black under coating.
I’m reluctant to call this an original hardtop, but I suspect it is.
Don’t want to mess around with your Spider, just want to keep up with the wash/wax schedule and try not to lose your keys? This may be the car for you. I imagine an auction setting would see a result higher than this asking price. Treat yourself -go on…