Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Malmö, SWEDEN, next to Copenhagen, DK
Here is my addition to the 750-101 Spider register. Car was imported from Florida to Sweden in 1988 and came with a 1961 1300 motor which still sits there and still puzzles me a great deal as I´m uncertain whether it might be the original motor or not (transition car). The tachometer showed only 39000 miles when I bought the car, a bit early for an engine change, or were early motor changes a normal procedure with these cars during those "dolce vita" years in the US? My other Giulia, an early´62 (August) 1600 Sprint sold in Sweden, shows around 120 000 miles and still retains its original 1600 engine, although unfortunately, not that much of its original sheet metal.
Dear Sir, with reference to your request we are informing you as follows. According to our documentation files, the chassis number AR 374646 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider 1.6 (101.23), engine series AR 00112, manufactured on the 10th December 1962 and sold on the 8thFebruary 1963 to Alfa Romeo from Newark, U.S.A. The body colour is red, with black interiors. Please be advised that this answer is intended solely for information use,and its contents does not certify the authenticity of this car. Yours, Sincerely, Automobilismo StoricoArchivio Alfa Romeo Antonio Magro
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