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Giallo Pagoda: ’74 Alfa Romeo Spider 2000

1974 Alfa Spider

These pre-rubber bumper Alfas are a bargain. We call them Kamn-tails because they have a “bobbed” rear deck and not the “disco” tapered tail of the Duettos and early Spiders. But they are an attractive car with lots of bling fore and aft. The power comes from a 2 liter, double overhead cam 4 breathing through twin Webers (in this case). The 5-speed transmission is a delight to use if the 2nd gear synchro hasn’t blown up as many do. This one is fine and we suggest you keep it that way by double clutching most of the time particularly when it is cold. Read More


Normale: ’63 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider

1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider

If you ever wanted an Alfa Spider that required a bit of sweat-equity and some additional investment, this is a car you should look at. It is said to be fairly original and it looks it from the photos. But it will require some effort on the new owner to be made whole. The seller says it runs well after sitting since 2001. It needs some body repair, interior work and a new top. But that isn’t going to get you all the way there. Read More


Plastics: ’69 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider

Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider

Okay so it isn’t red and it isn’t really a Duetto – that name was dropped in ’67 – but many admirers of this classic Alfa-Romeo Spider remember Benjamin Braddock’s Alfa in The Graduate. It is an iconic shape from the house of Pininfarina and one of the last under the guidance of its founder. Alfa Romeo 1750 SpiderAlfa Romeo 1750 SpiderThis Spider is a 1750 twin-cam originally equipped with the diabolical SPICA mechanical fuel injection system. It has been converted to dual Webers, a common practice among Alfisti. Truth is the SPICA is tough to get right but when it is, its pretty good. Read More