PREVIOUS OWNERS: Capt. Ralph S. Stevens Jr., USN (Ret), Chris Stevens Jr. in Seattle,

Ralph supposedly bought it in Connecticut around 1982 and raced Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Zagato (SZ) in the late 70s was considered an expert with and racing Maserati and OSCA sports-racing cars?

UPDATE: Found for sale on CLassic Cars .com August 2018
Chassis No. AR 149505063

Offered with Alfa Romeo Classiche Certificate of Origin Exceptional quality car with numbers-matching engine Meticulous three-year, concours-quality restoration by marque experts 1st Place winner at 2011 AROC Convention

Excellent documentation including records and receipts Ideal entrant to important touring and concours events Less than 200 miles of use since restoration completed
Listing ID:CC-1130094
Price:Auction Vehicle
Location:Pacific Grove, California
Year:1958
Make:Alfa Romeo
Model:Giulietta 750F Spider Veloce
Exterior Color:Red
Odometer:0
Stock Number:32
VIN:AR 149505063

UPDATE: January 11, 2020 from the ClassicCars.com website (copied from their information)
Vehicle Description
1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 750F Spider Veloce
Chassis No. AR149505063
Engine No. AR131531917
Offered with Alfa Romeo Classiche Certificate of Origin
Exceptional Quality Giulietta Veloce with Numbers-Matching Engine
Meticulous 3-Year Concours Quality Restoration by Marque Experts
1st Place Winner at AROC Convention
Excellent Documentation File Including Records, Reciepts, & Photos
Ideal Entrant to Important Touring & Concours Events Around the World
Less than 1000 Recorded Miles Since Concours Quality Restoration
Complete with Jack & Spare Tire Assembly

In 1956 Alfa Romeo answered the demand for an enhanced version tailored for buyers with racing aspirations, by introducing the Giulietta Sprint and Spider Veloce. They were fitted with modified bodywork and higher-performance engines. The engine was given a 9.1:1 compression, a pair of twin-throat Weber carburetors, and revised camshaft profiles, resulting in a boost in power by 15 percent. Top speed was now achieved at 115 mph. Just 2,796 examples of the top-specification Giulietta Spider Veloce were produced in all.

AR149505063, a Giulietta Spider Veloce was manufactured on the 12th of December 1958 with engine number AR131531917, in Celeste (blue) as confirmed by Dr. Marco Fazio of Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo and accompanying Certificato di Origine.

Acquired at the end of the last decade by a true Mid-west "Alfista", this magnificent example proved to be the ideal base for its most recent caretaker, to commission a meticulous nut-and-bolt concours restoration to the current presentation displayed today. From 2009-2012 Alfisti Motorsports handled much of the work, with receipts on file documenting many NOS parts and the intensive work in getting those correct parts. The engine and transmission were rebuilt by Richard Steven's who is a renowned Alfa racer and engine builder based out of Florida. Gauges were handled by Palo Alto Speedometer, while many interior components were sourced from Re-Originals. Even the undercarriage is equally impressive as the exterior and cabin, showing original spot welds and seams. Importantly, its numbers-matching engine retains the original air box plenum, Weber carburetors, along with all correct parts and fittings.

Heavy research and attention to correctness undertaken by the restorer, proved successful as the Giulietta received top honors at the AROC meet in Lexington, KY, immediately following the restoration - Impressing the judges who scored it favorably. Today, the Spider shows less than 200 miles since completion, and remains in excellent condition, both cosmetically and mechanically. Importantly, the Spider is complete with a large dossier of restoration documentation, as well as its correct jack and spare tire assembly.

Exceptional Giulietta 750F Veloce Spiders are few and far between as restoration cost generally outweighs logic but when a car is cared for and restored to a high level out of pure passion for the marque it becomes something special and that is what we have here. Eligible for concours and prestigious global touring events such as the California Mille, Colorado Grand, and the Vintage Rallies, this striking Veloce Spider is the ideal example for any first-time classic car buyer, or wonderful addition to a growing collection.