HISTORY: As taken from the website: This particular Spider Veloce was sold in June of 1958 to Hoffman Motor Cars in New York. It was raced professionally in the late 1980's in the New York area and documentation on standings is being researched.

Front and rear decklids have been replaced with fiberglass parts adn the body and floors are clean and dry with all hard points and rockers appearing in good condition

The front clip is very straight and modifications for track performance can be restored to street use. This is a running and driving car. Though the bock was swapped at some point, the car still features original Veloce carburetors, exhaust, oil sump and 8K-rpm tack. This car comes with bucket seats, hard to find top bows and original magnesium Minilite wheels!

Ture classics, Alfa Romeos have a reputation for being on nearly every automotive enthusiasts dream list. With Pininfarina design and proven racing heritage, Alfas of many models have been on the cutting edge of engineering for decades.

An early Giulietta Spider, this is one that started it all. The revolutionary twin cam I-4 engine was capable of propelling these cars towards 100 mph and the ingenuitive chassis design and excellent weight distribution made this a beautiful, inexpensive and thrilling vehicle to drive.