Alfa Romeo 750F Veloce Spider


1958 Alfa Romeo 750F Veloce Spider

Chassis #149505436
Motor #AR1315-31385

Exterior: Red

Interior: Black


The numbers matching Alfa Romeo Giulietta presented here is a late 750F series Veloce Spider, constructed in 1958 but titled as a 1959 and delivered new to California. This car was uncovered from a barn in Frenso, California in 2013, after being stored since the late 1970s. It has been restored to it’s original color scheme of red with black/red interior. Tom Sahines, a highly regarded Alfa Romeo specialist, restored the car with the assistance of Besic Motorsports who completely rebuilt the engine.

All components were restored or replaced over the past 5+ years including upgrade to a 5-speed transmission to make the car more drivable on today’s roads. Completed in mid-2018, the car has been driven less than 300 miles since it’s restoration. Receipts and photos document the project, totaling over $100,000, and serve as evidence to the quality of the work performed. This Alfa is eligible for all most all vintage rallies and is a pleasure to drive either on the back roads or freeways. The engine runs strong and the transmission is very smooth shifting. The car is tight and handles well as these short wheelbase spiders are famous for.
The car is in our shop in Ventura CA and can be inspected with a prior appointment.

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