*For Sale: 1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce (750F)
Marco Fazio , from Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo, states this Giulietta Spider Veloce was manufactured on April 26, 1957, and sold to Hoffman Motor Car Co. on May 10 of the same year.

The body color was white, with black interior. Exterior color changed to red some time ago. Slightly updated mechanicals (1750, 5-speed, 4-wheel discs) make it fast, strong, reliable, and easier to service.
A San Diego car from new, it is in superb condition, ready to be driven daily, or entered in your local concours, autocross or tour. Gets smiles and waves wherever it is driven.
Description from top to bottom:
· New Stayfast canvas top on restored bars and mechanism
· New Pilkington tinted windshield
· New weather stripping on glass and doors
· Nardi Classico steering wheel
· Excellent guards red paint with only a few minor use-related blemishes
· New original style logo rubber mats throughout
· All original veloce instruments are complete and functional
· Overall excellent chrome and stainless trim complete
· Chassis completely rewired – all electrical systems reliably operational
· No rust to be found, and no signs of any prior significant rust repair (!)
· New 195-50x15 extreme performance tires on standard wheels widened to 6”
· Eight original style hubcaps (four chrome, four stainless)
· Vacuum-assisted (115 style) disc brakes on all four wheels
· Koni classic (orange) shock absorbers and competition springs front and rear
· Recent front suspension rebuild including control arms, bushings & ball joints
· Recent precision wheel alignment
· New custom exhaust system from original header collector, to Anza style tip
Description from front to back:
· Running same California black license plate since 1963
· Recent radiator service, hoses and water pump
· 1750 engine with euro-injection cams and 40DCOE’s through K&N filters
· Marelli-Plex electronic ignition
· Original veloce oil pan and headers retained
· 5-speed, moly-ringed gearbox shifts flawlessly (‘like butta…’)
· Vintage, racing style lap belts
· Period Italian competition driver’s seat
· Doors reconstructed with new channels and scrappers
· Two car covers (light and heavy)
· Competition roll bar (must remove convertible top to use)
· Spare rear axle
· Original drum brake assemblies
· Parts required to restore the heater, (who needs it in San Diego!)
· Parts required to restore the drive shaft, (doesn’t need it yet.)
Asking price: $45,000.USD (fob Escondido, CA), but can deliver to SoCal destination.