Alfa Romeo Duetto

1966

1966 Alfa Romeo Duetto

1966 Alfa Romeo Duetto, Vin# AR664527,

This early ’round tail’ Duetto was manufactured in 1966 but is titled as a 1967 on a clear California title. 

Exterior: Red

Interior: Black

 

It has been in CA all its life with documented milage and full service records. There is no rust or rust repair evident anywhere on the car. The car is fully sorted and runs well with a recent service. The paint, interior, top, chrome, and rubber are all in very good condition. 

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CONTACT FOR INFORMATION

Patrick Smiekel

805-680-6900

psmiekel@gmail.com

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