UPDATE 01/06/2022 FOR SALE ON BRING A TRAILER (copied text and photos from their webpage)

This 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce 750E is a non-running 750-101 transition model, which featured a 750E chassis number but were equipped with egg-crate grilles, larger tail lights, and a split-case transmission. This example was acquired by the seller in 2012 from its prior owner, who partially disassembled the car to a rolling chassis with the axles, wheels, and suspension still installed. A disassembled 101-Series Veloce 1.3-liter inline-four and a four-speed manual transmission are included in the sale, along with internal engine components, a Veloce-specification extended-range fuel tank, removed interior components, trim items, and a mix of refinished Fergat and Borrani wheels. This Alfa Romeo project is now offered at no reserve with an assortment of uninstalled parts and a California title in the seller’s name listing the car as a 1960 model.

The partially-disassembled body has been stripped and has been left with exposed metal, and evidence of body repair and rust remediation is noted on rear wheel arches and portions of the trunk floor. The bumpers and front grilles are missing, and the seller states that the front and rear bumper attachment points have been removed from the chassis and that the trunk lid is in need of replacement. Photos of the included brightwork, emblems, and headlight and tail light housings are included in the gallery.

Fergat and Borrani wheels have been refinished and are fitted with 15″ Vredestein tires said to have 2008 production codes. The seller states that the rear axles and hubs were refurbished.

The cabin retains a pair of worn bucket seats, dashboard hardware, and gauges said to have been mechanically recommissioned during prior ownership. Additional interior items included in the sale are depicted in the gallery below.

The two-spoke steering wheel frames a central Veloce-specification instrumentation including an 8k-rpm tachometer with an inset oil-pressure gauge as well as a 140-mph speedometer and a combination gauge for oil temperature, coolant temperature, and fuel level. The five-digit odometer indicates 62k miles, and true mileage is unknown.

A disassembled 101-Series Veloce 1.3L inline-four is included in the sale, along with corresponding internal components, an engine sump, and a 101-series cylinder head fitted with camshafts and fitted with replacement valves, springs, and guides as viewable in the gallery below.

A photo of the engine stamping AR00106☆02311☆ is provided above.

The included four-speed manual transmission is shown above, and the seller states that a differential equipped with 4.10:1 gearing is presently installed.

Corrosion is evident on the frame and mechanical components, additional photos of which are shown in the gallery. The seller states that the jacking points are solid, and the car comes with its original Veloce-specification extended-range fuel tank.

A copy of an email from Marco Fazio of the Automobilismo Storico Alfa Romeo lists production and distribution dates, initial delivery to Hoffman Motor Car in New York, New York, and the original body color.

An assortment of parts accompanies the car, including exterior trim, interior materials, and mechanical components as shown further in the gallery below. The current California title carries a Not Actual Mileage odometer brand and lists the car as a 1960 model.