I was sitting at my desk today when the phone rang. I figured it was someone wanting to buy parts. Instead, it was someone try to sell me something. On the other end was this girl with a hardtop for a '65 Alfa Spider. Apparently it was her ex-boyfriends and she ended up with it. She told me to come to her storage and take a look at it. I went there thinking it was gonna be an aftermarket one, but what I found was an original Pininfarina hard top. When I got there, I looked at it and acted as if it was no big deal. We agreed on a price and now it's going on my '64 Giulia Spider Here are the pictures. It's missing some of hinges so, if you have some, let me know! She still has the chrome strip for the other side and is going to give it to me later this week.
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I've got the same Pininfarina top sitting in a shed for 25 years. Mine came with the rusty, bad-engined Giulia spider I bought for $400 in 1980.
I too need a rear window--mines fogged as well--and the rubber moldings. By the way the original hardtop actually comes with sun visors. Let me know if you have any luck with the window or moldings. I'll do the same for you.
Vince Coppola aka gowanusvin