HISTORY: 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce Spider, S/N 1495F07600, Engine # AR131532968, Black/Red leather, Black cloth top: Estimage $85,000-$115,000. Recent restoration, 2 condition, Hammered Sold at $90,000 plus commission of 10.00%. Final Price 499,000 - 5 speed, steel wheels, blackwall tires. Good paint, chrome and interior, Chassis undercoated over skimpy preparation. Orderly engine compartment. A soundly and accurately restored car that is done, with out being overdone. 2010 Alfa Romeo Owners Club gold certifacte winner Comes with its original DCOE3 carburetors, owners manual, tool rool and jack. No Reserve.

This is the listing on the AlfaBB February 24, 2011
Giulietta Veloce at Goolding & Co.

Kevin Shaha brought this to my attention. At the Gooding & Company, Inc. upcoming auction: a 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce, Coachwork by Pinin Farina, CHASSIS NO. AR 1495F 07600, ENGINE NO. AR 1315 32968 $85,000 - $115,000, without reserve.

* Three Owners from New; First Owner for 48 Years
* Restored by Alfa Specialist Bill Gillham
* Most Desired Veloce Specification
* California Car from New
Estimated Auction sale of $85,000 to $115,000 no reserve. Several things are wrong in the engine compartment alone: Bosh blue coil, Bosh regulator, just to name two. Anything else? How did this car score 99.1 at the 2010 AROC National Convention in Frederick, Maryland? Nice car but??? :confused:
1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce | Gooding and Company
This should be fun to watch.