Alfa Romeo Duetto


1969 Alfa Romeo Duetto

Short Wheelbase 750 Spider with 5-Speed, One of the Best Driving Giuliettas We Have Encountered.

Exterior: Red


Interior: Black


This is a very correct, great running, Pinin Farina designed ’round tail’ 1969 Alfa Romeo Duetto. The ’69 model is the last of the ’round tail’ version made popular by the movie ‘the Graduate’ with Dustin Hoffman. 1969 Duettos had a 1750 engine with Spica fuel injection and dual brake master cylinders whereas the earlier Duetttos had one master cylinder and Weber carbs.

The paint, chrome, glass, interior, and top are all in excellent condition. The car was mechanically restored in 2015 from front to rear: new radiator, rebuilt engine, transmission, brakes, etc. The current milage of 93,917 is attested by the previous owner to be correct and the milage at the time of the engine rebuild was 86,575. The is no rust on the car and no evidence of rust repair.

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