This 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce is a running project that was acquired by its current owner in 2004. A subsequent refurbishment that remains unfinished included repainting the bodywork red, reupholstering the bucket seats, and a rebuild of the twin-cam inline-four according to the seller. The car is equipped with a four-speed manual transmission, and additional features include an overbore kit, dual Weber carburetors, and 15″ wheels. This Giuletta Spider project is now offered by the seller on behalf of its current owner with removed and replacement parts, refurbishment records, and a clean California title.
The Pinin Farina-styled body was refinished in red by Newport Mesa Auto Body and Collision of Costa Mesa, California. The seller notes that portions of the front bumper and grilles are missing, the trunk lid is not secured, and the car is not equipped with a soft top. Close-up photos of blemishes in the paint are shown in the gallery below, along with images of trim and glass.
Steel wheels are painted silver and mounted with 15″ Nexen tires. Braking is from finned drums at all four corners, and records show parts were serviced in 2020.
The seats are retrimmed in black vinyl with red piping over replacement foam and ribbing. There are no carpets installed in the cabin, the radio is missing, and no seatbelts are fitted.
Veglia instrumentation includes a Veloce-specification 8k-rpm tachometer and a 140-mph speedometer that was reset at the time of the refurbishment. One mile is shown on the five-digit odometer, and true mileage is unknown.
Cracks on both the head and block of the DOHC inline-four were repaired, and it was then fitted with a 1400cc overbore kit sourced from Centerline Products of Lafayette, Colorado in 2018. It is also equipped with a pair of Weber side-draft carburetors, and additional work during current ownership is said to have included a servicing of the valvetrain, installation of a replacement fuel tank, and replacement of the oil pan, oil lines, and spark plugs.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission. Additional views of the underbody are provided in the gallery.