This 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 750F Spider Veloce is powered by its matching numbers twin cam inline-four, which is paired to a correct tunnel case 4-speed manual gearbox. Finished in Ivory over Black, the car is also said to retain its original sheet metal, floor pans, and correct body number stampings. In 2016, the engine was removed and completely rebuilt by its longterm service provider, Auto Europe of Birmingham, Michigan. The previous caretakers of 14 years were reportedly attentive with maintenance throughout their ownership, and results of a recent compression test can be seen in the gallery. The selling dealer is now offering this Alfa Spider with service records from 2003-2016, a letter from the previous owner, factory manuals, and a clean Texas title.
Fit and finish appear consistent throughout the vehicle, with older but presentable paint that is believed to have been applied 25-30 years ago and well-kept chrome bumpers/trim. This car carries body #466, with correct factory stampings shown in the photo gallery.
The black soft top was replaced 14 years ago and looks to be in nice condition with a clear rear window. Factory steel wheels are wrapped in Vredstein rubber at all four corners. The original jack, tire iron, and spare wheel are stowed behind the seats. The luggage compartment is highlighted in the photo gallery and contains a correct rubber mat.
Inside, new seat covers were fitted 14 years ago, and red pipng carries over to the door panels as well. Red carpeting and correct vinyl mats compliment the factory brightwork, while a factory radio-delete plate remains mounted. All electrical items are said to be in proper working order, including the lights, gauges, horn, and wipers. 40,778 miles are displayed on the odometer and believed correct per the seller.
Under the hood, this 750F retains its matching numbers twin cam inline four, which is paired to a correct tunnel case 4-speed manual transmission. In 2016, the engine was removed from the car and rebuilt with new internals by Auto Europe of Birmingham, Michigan. Several in-process pictures are shown in the photo gallery. While currently equipped with Weber DCOE carburetors and better performing spark plug wires, this Veloce is sold with its original sandcast 40 DCO3 carburetors, airbox, plenum, linkage, clamps, hoses, Bosch generator, coil, and correct green wires.
Engine stamping AR1315 *31210* is shown above and matches the chassis tag that can be seen in the gallery. A tune-up was recently performed, with compression readings showing 170 psi on all four cylinders as highlighted below.
The undercarriage is said to show original sheet metal and frame supports under a thinning layer of undercoating.
Documentation consists of records between 2003 and 2013 along with a letter from the previous owner which is shown in the photo gallery below