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We Have A 1958 Giulietta Spider Veloce Engine For Sale. Haven't Really Found Anything Online So Not Sure In Terms Of Pricing But Wanted To Ask And See If Anyone Had Any References Or Had An Idea Of A Price Point For This Engine.

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Absolutely zero '58 Veloce content here, it's a '66 block & head from a 105 Series Giulia Sprint GTV or Duetto with a Giulia 101 Series Normale alloy oil pan from '62, the carb & inlet manifold are 105 Series Giulia Ti, the only Giulietta part looks to be the 101 cam cover & possibly the flywheel. It's been set up to run in a 750/101 chassis as evidenced by the cutting of the lower block flange to fit the early oil filter housing.

Discussed on the Giulietta Forum here --> 1958 Giulietta Spider Veloce Engine Information

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That engine looks very familiar!!! Definitely not a 58 750 series engine. There used to be an Alfa guy here in the Philadelphia suburbs in the 70s and 80s named Len Parnell. He used to build Alfa “Frankenstein engines” and cars. His signature was painting them Chevy orange or a grey/blue color, or a combination of both. My Dad bought the remains of his business in the early 80s. Definitely looks like one of his concoctions. That block is the most valuable part if it’s good. 105.36 1600 GTV/Duetto blocks are not easy to come by and are desired now if those cars are missing their original engines. Jonathan
 

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Love the craftsmanship of hogging out the side of the 1600 block to fit a 1300 oil filter!!
 

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I remember that I trading a Bosch generator for a 1959 101 Sprint engine around 1970 and you could buy a 750 Spider for less than $300. I never saw a 105 1600 engine with a 101 1300 parts but, it was probably used in a Giulietta or 101 1600 car.
 
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