1969 Alfa Romeo Spyder 1750
The Alfa Romeo Spider was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 1966.
The first Spider was fitted with a 1,570 cc twin cam engine with two Weber side-draft carburetors and produced 80 kW or 108 hp. The car also featured a 5-speed manual transmission, disc brakes all round and 15-inch rims fitted with Pirelli 155HR15 tyres.
In 1968 Alfa announced their 1750 line of cars, which included the new 1750 Spider Veloce. The engine capacity was increased to 1,779 cc and developed 87 kW or 116 hp with a top speed was 190 km/h.
This specific car is a 1969, 1750 Spider Veloce and has done 94 500 km from new. The car was restored several years ago to a very high standard and is finished in striking black exterior with classic red interior. The canvas roof is almost brand new and the car is mechanically sound with a very smooth engine and gearbox.
This is a great example of a very popular and iconic Italian sports car from the Alfa Romeo stable.
Please take note that all cars can be viewed by appointment only.