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The serial # is a good place to start. I'm assuming you are talking about a Sprint, there for there will be lots of Aluminum on the car and non rolling windows (most likely). Instead of rolling up, they slide open and closed, left/right rather than up/down.

As for the serial #, look for a letter next to it, also if the ID plate reads something other than 750B, you have a Veloce, and a lightweight I think has another designation. Hopefully people will chime in with a little more info.

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The serial # is a good place to start. I'm assuming you are talking about a Sprint, there for there will be lots of Aluminum on the car and non rolling windows (most likely). Instead of rolling up, they slide open and closed, left/right rather than up/down.

As for the serial #, look for a letter next to it, also if the ID plate reads something other than 750B, you have a Veloce, and a lightweight I think has another designation. Hopefully people will chime in with a little more info.

Will
Brilliant, thanks.

So a designation of 10 102, would mean it is a Veloce?
 

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It seems Stuart Alfazagato has 1493E*04700, the last KNOWN lightweight. There is a whole thread on them in this fourm, search it! They are all first series body Sprint Veloces.
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