Chassis #1495-06716 was originally a Spider Veloce, sold new to a German private racer. In 1960, it was re-bodied by Zagato in their 'football' style before that car entered series production. It came to the United States in the early 1960's and was owned by Fred Amigo, until his death in 2000. It is one of very few preserved Zagato's because although Zagato bodies were light and attractive, they weren't very robust.

Its entire history is known and recorded. 

This 1959 Alfa Romeo Sprint Zagato is powered by a 1300cc four-cylinder engine capable of producing 100 horsepower. It has a 5-speed manual gearbox and a Alfa Giulietta suspension. The car rides on 165x15 Pirelli tires and is reported at getting 25 mpg.