HISTORY: as copied from the BAT web page July 4, 2022

This 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce was imported under previous ownership and spent time in the Portland, Oregon area in the 1980s. In 1989 the car was relocated to Northern California, where the current owner acquired it in 1997. Finished in blue over a gray and blue interior, the car is powered by a replacement mid-1960s 1.3L inline-four paired with a five-speed manual transmission. Equipment includes 15″ wheels, drum brakes, Veglia instrumentation, and a roll bar. This 750E Sprint Veloce is now offered at no reserve on dealer consignment with its removed 1.3-liter inline-four, a gearbox, and other parts as well as more than 100 pages of records, a letter from Alfa Romeo, and a clean California title that lists it as a 1959 model.

The Giulietta 750 was designed by Franco Scaglione at Bertone, and this example has had a color change from Bianco Ambra white to blue. The selling dealer notes stone chips in some areas, road wear on the nose, hazing in some of the brightwork, and rust under the passenger-side door.

Silver-finished 15″ steel wheels wear polished center caps and are mounted with Yokohama tires. The ride height has been lowered, and in 2006 the brakes were refreshed with a replacement master cylinder and rebuilt wheel cylinders. The axle bearings and seals also were replaced at that time.

The interior has been redone with two-tone gray and blue seat covers as well as matching door panels, and in 2012 the seats were rebuilt. A roll bar has been installed, on which an ignition kill switch is located on the passenger side. Gray carpeting covers the floors, and the seatbelts were replaced in 2005.

A black-rimmed steering wheel sits ahead of Veglia instrumentation that includes a 140-mph speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, and a combination gauge. The five-digit odometer shows 16k miles and has rolled over. The current owner has added approximately 3,400 miles.

In 1992 a replacement 1.3-liter twin-cam inline-four was rebuilt and installed into the car. The chassis plate on the car has been replaced to reflect the engine currently installed, and the removed 1.3-liter four-cylinder is included in the sale.

The stamping on the engine installed in the car is consistent with an inline-four originally assigned to a 1967 Giulia GT 1300 Junior.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels through a replacement five-speed manual gearbox. Additional photos of the underside are presented in the gallery below.

A removed engine, gearbox, grille, glass, used brakes, springs, and other parts shown in the gallery will accompany the car. The stamping on the removed engine is consistent with what originally would have been installed in a 1958 Giulietta Spider Veloce, and the numbers match what is listed on the letter below from Alfa Romeo. More than 100 pages of receipts and handwritten maintenance notes are pictured in the gallery.