1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce
Newly restored 1959 Spider Veloce with test miles only.
Motor AR 131531847VIN1495F073553DCO3 CarbsMagnetti Marelli Generator
Engine, transmission, carbs, generator and rear end professionally rebuilt
Original 4 speed gear box
Repainted in Single stage Graphite Gray color (original color)
Taken down to bare metal
All original fasteners re-plated
All new triple plate chrome
All new rubber
New Robins top
New Elvezio interior (original color)
Rebuilt steering box
Suspension parts powder coated
All new Koni Shocks
New wiring harness by Auto Italia Sportiva
New RML Ignition
Gauges restored with new faces
New Vredistein Classic tires
Wheels powder coated
Receipts for everything
Everything works as itshould
Many more pictures and references avaialble Sold as is where is. I can help with transport if needed. On Sep-13-17 at 08:27:16 PDT, seller added the following information:
Marco Fazio at Alfa stated the engine prefix number 1315 is correct for the period and is a Veloce motor but was unable to provide addition numbers. The interior and exterior colors match the archives. I have asked for another copy of the build specs from Mr Fazio I will post when available.
On Sep-13-17 at 11:14:07 PDT, seller added the following information:
I purchased the car as a 1959, title shows 1960 as outlined below with the history that I received.
Latest on the motor will post more info when received.
According to our documentation files, the chassis number AR 1495 F 07553 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce,sold on the 23rd March 1960 to Hoffman Motor Car Co., New York, USA.
The body colour is graphite grey, with I suppose red interiors.
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Car was owned by Bob P. who sold the car to Carter H. of Quattroroute Alfa Romeo in St Louis prior to selling to Mark H. who sold it to George W. in 1997. (I have full names for each owner).
Alfa Romeo Fusi book says the Veloce engine was built late 1958, The car was built in 1959 and shipped March of 1960 from Italy to Hoffman. So it is assumed that the engine was a hold over from the late 1958 production run and was put in the 59 chassis.
That is the best information Ihave at this point.Worst case it isthe period correct Veloce motor for the car, best case Mr Fazio can provide thecomplete numbers for the engine. Will post when or if they becomeavailable.