1957 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider in need of restoration. I have been storing the car for 28 years. The motor turns over and will start with a little work. The Alfa Museum confirms that the car was built as a Giulietta Spider on June 14th 1957 and sold to Hoffman Motor Car Co., 18th July 1957. They also confirm that it has the original, matching numbered engine #1315.42109 and car was originally red. The hood plate confirms this. Being a 1957 it is eligible to race just about anywhere. The car does not sag and the doors and hood shut soundly. This is a unmolested car that I had planed on restoring but have too many other projects. The car was last registered in 1987 and I was driving it at the time. The body was mildly hit in rear quarter before I purchased car and previous owner tried to fix. The car is very straight as you can see from pictures. This will make someone a fantastic antique sports car/racer. I do have the top bows for the convertible top and most of the other parts that were removed from car. I do not have the hub caps, jack, or tool kit. Car has rust in the floor behind the driver’s seat, and some in trunk. The rocker panel frames underneath need welding work as well as some welding underneath on frame but as stated the car does not sag and the doors close soundly as well as the hood.

According to our documentation files, the chassis number AR 1495.06017 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce, manufactured on the 2 nd March 1959 and sold on the 24 th March 1959 to Hoffman Motor Car Co., New York, USA. The body colour is graphite grey.