HISTORY: (as copied from Bring-A-Trailer spet 2022)

This 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce was reportedly modified for racing with a replacement 1.3-liter Veloce twin-cam inline-four under previous ownership and was subsequently rebuilt for street use in the late 1970s, at which time it was fitted with a 105-series five-speed manual transmission. The car was acquired by the current owner in 2018 out of Maine, and subsequent work included overhauling the brakes and rebuilding the Weber 40DCOE carburetors along with cylinder head work and the installation of a fuel tank and an Alfaholics stainless-steel exhaust system. The car is finished in red over tan upholstery and features a wood-rimmed steering wheel, chrome bumpers, and 15″ aluminum wheels with Pirelli tires. This Giulietta Spider Veloce is now offered on dealer consignment with a Certificato Di Origine, spare parts, receipts dating back to 2018, and a clean New Hampshire title in the seller’s name.

Delivered from the factory in Rosso, the car was reportedly refinished in black in the late 1970s before it was repainted in its current shade of red in the late 1980s. Features include chrome bumpers and a fender-mounted side mirror. No soft top is fitted and the seller notes paint blemishes around the body.

The 15×5″ aluminum wheels were sourced from Classic Alfa in the UK and wear 155-series Pirelli Cinturato tires all around. The braking system was overhauled with a replacement master cylinder, lines, hoses, shoes, fluid, and wheel cylinders in 2018.

The cabin features low-back bucket seats upholstered in tan vinyl with black piping along with a wood-rimmed steering wheel, black door panel inserts, and a dashboard-mounted rear view mirror. Corrosion on the floors is visible and no carpets or mats are installed.

Instrumentation includes a 140-mph speedometer, a tachometer with an inset oil pressure gauge, and a combination gauge for oil temperature, water temperature, and fuel level. The five-digit mechanical odometer shows 80k miles, with total mileage unknown.

The replacement 1.3-liter Veloce twin-cam inline-four is reportedly date-coded 1960 and is said to have been installed prior to 1975. Power is routed through a replacement 105-series five-speed manual transmission, and work performed under current ownership consisted of rebuilding the Weber 40DCOE carburetors, installing a battery, and servicing the cylinder head with a new gasket, valves, guides, and springs.

The fuel system received a new tank, lines, a breather, hoses, and an electric fuel pump. An Alfaholics stainless-steel exhaust system is installed.

Firewall stamping number AR149511306 is shown above, and the New Hampshire title shows a VIN of 149511306 omitting the initial characters. The data plate has been removed.

An Alfa Romeo Certificato Di Origine will accompany the car and shows production information and factory colors. A rebuilt heater, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, and a soft top frame will be included in the sale.