Just picked up today a Giulietta Spider labeled as model 10103, chassis number AR370002 that has only 21K documented miles and is registered as a 1962 model. Motor # is AR00102*28818 which appears original to the car. I can't find the chassis or engine listed on any of the registries so it will be good to add a new Vin to the lists. I'll request the historical certificate to verify before listing it. There appears to be a discrepancy in the factory production number sequences for this model number. Vin 370002 would appear to be a 10123, no? Any help from you historians in clearing up this question is appreciated. The car has been sitting in a tiny storage garage since early1989 and appears to be mostly stock with one exterior repaint about 40 years ago. There are some signs of metal repair in the trunk area due to battery corrosion/rust. Otherwise no visible rust. Paint in most of the trunk, dash, door jambs, and engine compartment appears original, as is the carpet, dash and steering wheel. New seat covers, but needs new foam. P.O. started it up occasionally but drove it less than 100 miles a year on average. Currently seems to run fine and is complete except for missing jack and tool kit. Undercarriage is filthy and most seals are leaky as I expected. I asked the owner the condition of the top and he said, "I don't know, I think it's original but I haven't looked at it for more than 25 years." I inspected it this evening and will replace it as the window is very yellowed and the stitching is starting to come apart. The car had 18K miles in 1989 when previously purchased it from a SLC dentist. Included with my purchase was a separate "racing" engine which is a mystery to me and I'm not sure what to do with it. I need to track down the original owner dentist and see what he remembers. I'll describe the engine in a separate post. I think I should refresh and leave it as stock as possible. What do you think? Needs fresh fluids, brakes, seals and a tune up not to mention a major detailing job. I'm developing a punch list of minor things that need sorted (wiper motor, window crank, water temp sender, oil temp sender, belt, hoses, etc). Should be a fun driver that deserves some sunshine for a change.