This 1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider is the 101st spider off the assembly line, the car was built May 3rd 1956 and the orginal body color was sky blue with black interior.
The car will require a full restoration. it is a very rusty car that will require a ton of metal work. I have seen rustier cars brought back. The doors open and shut just fine and the car does not sag. I took several pictures of the underside when I had a lift available in 2009. Car has been stored since that time in a building with a wooden floor and a roof that does not leak and is covered. I have the original block where the serial number matches the tag under the hood. Also the correct manifold with a weber carburetor that only very early 56 cars had. I have an extra motor that will go with the car that I do not know the condition of and the timing chain is not hooked up. I believe the car is more than 90 percent complete. I am sure its missing the nuts and bolts to put the engine back in the car. If you see something missing please ask before bidding or assume it is missing, Please also allow me enough time to look for the parts and please don't wait until the last day to ask. When the auction ends it will only have what is in the pictures or what I have answered as something I found and posted.
When auction ends, a $1000.00 deposit must be sent to my paypal account. Balance is due In 10 days. Car must be paid in full and money cleared before the car is released. The title is a Missouri title that is clear and in my name. I can store the car for 30 days unless other arrangements are made. I will not end the auction early and I do not have a buy it now price.
Car does not have keys, tool kit, or jack.
History of the car
My fathers friend Dave bought the car in about 1971 from an ad in the Alfa owners magazine. I
did find the ad going through my old Alfa owners. The car was located in New Jersey. Dave became life long friends with Ted who sold the car. Ted and my father became friends in the mid to late 70's. I am not sure if it was a running car or not. Dave did pull the engine and take
It apart. The car has been in St. Louis since Dave purchased it, I purchased the car in 2008 when Dave passed away.