The car was originally imported from the US by its current owner in 1990 and underwent an extensive restoration shortly after. Since then it has had some road use, but has mainly been a museum exhibit. 

Unfortunately at some stage during its US life, the engine was rebuilt using an engine block from a 750D so the numbers no longer match. I'm reassured that the rebuild was to Veloce standard, transplanting all components onto the current block.

It was also fitted with a 105 5-speed split case transmission, which the owner claims is an improvement over the standard 4-speed box.

It's difficult to put a value on these vehicles and even more so given that it is currently non-original and probably never will be in future. It is however a very nice looking car that has obviously been restored to a very high standard and cared for subsequently.

I've not yet seen it in the tin but have been sent many photos - I've attached a couple.

The VIN is AR1495-05055 and the engine number is AR1315-45145.
Currently listed at $AUD75,000 ($US75,000 or $60,000 Euros).

I've sent a request to Marco Fazio for information and am awaiting his reply.

Out of interest, I received this from Marco Fazio -

with reference to your request we are informing you as follows.

According to our documentation files, the chassis number AR 1495.05055 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce, manufactured on the 14th November 1958 and sold on the 26th November 1958 to Hoffman Motor Car Co., New York, U.S.A.

The body colour is red.

Yours, Sincerely,
Marco Fazio

Thanks for any help provided,