Known information:Last Owner was Dan Klingloff.
Car was sold to someone in the Atlanta area 18 years ago (1980). Owner of record in England and new owner after that in Holland
Car had 45DCOE Webers and a ZF limited slip. UPDATE: Bonhams auction website 2016
1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce
Coachwork by Pininfarina
Chassis no. AR39210

Sporting elegant coachwork designed and built by Pininfarina, the 1.3-litre Giulietta Spider was a huge success and continued virtually unchanged in 1.6-litre Giulia guise when the latter joined the Alfa line-up in 1962. A bonnet air scoop, necessary to clear the larger engine's taller block, readily identified the new model. The capacity increase boosted maximum power of Alfa's classic twin-cam four from 80 to 92bhp and the car's top speed to 109mph. Reliability was likewise enhanced and the larger engine was noticeably smoother and less fussy. A five-speed gearbox was standard on the Giulia Spider, which remained in production until 1966. Towards the end of production the up-rated Spider Veloce was introduced, which came with the Sprint Speciale's 129bhp engine installed, making it the fastest of the mainstream production Giulias. The Giulia Spider is certainly one of the most attractive Alfa Romeos of its day and remains highly regarded now, especially in its ultimate Veloce specification.

This restored Giulia Spider Veloce was imported from California in 1995 and benefits from a new hood and recently reupholstered seats. Finished in red with black interior, the car is offered with (copy) California title, sundry restoration invoices, German registration papers and Classic Data report stating that it is 'Condition 2+' (very good throughout).

UPDATE: BONHAMS AUCTIONS MILAN ITALY NOVEMBER 2022

1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Spider Veloce
Coachwork by Carrozzeria Pininfarina
Chassis no. AR390210
Engine no. AR0012100080
• One of the most attractive Alfa Romeos of its day
• Ultimate Veloce specification
• Offered with cancelled Dutch registration papers
• Una delle più belle Alfa Romeo degli anni '60
• Rara versione veloce
• Documenti olandesi radiati per export
Footnotes

Sporting elegant coachwork designed and built by Pininfarina, the 1.3-litre Giulietta Spider was a huge success and continued virtually unchanged in 1.6-litre Giulia guise when the latter joined the Alfa line-up in 1962. Launched at the Monza Autodrome on 27th June that year, the Giulia was the work of a design team headed by one of the greatest of Italian automobile engineers, Dr Orazio Satta Puliga, who had been responsible for all the post-war Alfa Romeos.

A bonnet air scoop, necessary to clear the larger engine's taller block, readily identified the new model. The capacity increase boosted maximum power of Alfa's classic twin-cam four from 80 to 92bhp and the car's top speed to 109mph. Reliability was likewise enhanced and the larger engine was noticeably smoother and less fussy. A five-speed gearbox was standard on the Giulia Spider, which remained in production until replaced by the Duetto in 1966.

Towards the end of production, in 1964, the up-rated Spider Veloce was introduced, which came with the Sprint Speciale's 129bhp engine installed, making it the fastest of the mainstream production Giulias. Described by Cars Illustrated as "probably one of the most delightful small sports cars which will ever be produced," the Giulia Spider is certainly one of the most attractive Alfa Romeos of its day and remains highly regarded now, especially in its ultimate Veloce specification.

Finished in red with black interior, this Giulia Spider is presented in overall good condition, not perfect but ideal for driving. Accompanying documentation consists of cancelled Dutch registration papers enabling the car to be registered in another EU country or exported abroad.