According to Alfa Romeo Automobilisimo Storico, the chassis number AR 169729 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider, manufactured on the 19th July 1961 and sold on the 13th September 1961 in Milan, Italy.
This Giulietta Spider is a Tipo 101.03 and is a beautiful example presented with a flawless Alfa Rosso exterior. Internally it is trimmed with black seats and door cards piped in red and black carpets. this car was manufactured in San Giorgio, just noth of Turin and was first sold just east of there in Milan in 1961. During most of it's life it remained in and around the regions surrounding Milan, which is where we purchased this beautiful car and brought it to the UK.
The bodywork is presented in exceptional condition having benefitted from the warm and dry climate during it's life. Whilst it has been repainted some time ago this car bears many original spot welds in areas such as the boot floor and sills to substanciate it's orginality and integrity.
Mechanically it runs smoothly with good oil pressure and temperatures and all gearbox syncros enable trouble free gear changes both up and down ratios. This car retains it's original and correct engine and gearbox.
A wonderful example, ready to be enjoyed and a sound investment, call now for further information or to arrange a viewing.
Now living in Leeds with her new owner.
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