Up for auction a true survivor Alfa Romeo Veloce spider 750F race car. This car spent its entire carrier as an American amateur SCCA racer and was never registered for road use.   Great care was taken to preserve this history when the mechanical restoration was undertaken.  The as found patina was also preserved.  Because the car was not on the road rust is not an issue, only the battle scars from racing remain. An image of the car competing in an endurance race driven by K. Smith and Neil Fogelberg out of New Jersey back in 1967 is presented in the gallery. The old Racer found its way into the John Murphy collection of Atlanta GA for a number of years and then was acquired about 6 years ago. The Racer was a rolling complete chassis when bought and now has a newly rebuilt, period correct 58 veloce drivetrain (engine number AR1315-31620) with a correct 4 speed gearbox with a matched set of Weber DCO3-M's. Much care went  into using only period correct components on the car and to bring it back to as close as original as possible. She now runs and drives as new and has her natural racing patina still in tact.  She is a crowd pleaser at any event and should get you invited to any historic or reenactment venue.  This is a true opportunity to have a piece of vintage American sports car racing history in your collection. Please feel free to call or email me at anytime with the information listed below. The car is located in West Michigan.

Thank you,
(970) 819-xxxx

- Raced since new retired sometime before the 1970's
- Period correct Veloce engine and drivetrain
- Weber DCO3's Factory modified "M" editions
- 17th overall 3rd in class 1967 6 hour race of Marlboro Maryland.
- Fabricated "Sebring" style exhaust