Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

1959

1959 Alfa Romeo 750F Spider Veloce

One of only 368 made in 1959 with three owners and extensive records for parts and service for 60 years back to 1959.

Exterior: White

Interior: Red

Original engine and original split case 4-speed transmission; both rebuilt. No rust and only minor fender damage which was repaired when a bare metal paint job was done 14 years ago by Niederst Restorations. Very straight body with good gaps at both doors, trunk, and hood. Well maintained, this is a very correct, strong running, good handling, rare 750F veloce spider.

Recent work includes:

New tires, New adjustable Koni shocks, New top, New windshield, Engine tune and detail, Restored gauges, New trunk seal.

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CONTACT FOR INFORMATION

Patrick Smiekel

805-680-6900

psmiekel@gmail.com

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