Also known as the Alfa Romeo Giulia Duetto Spider, the 1968 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider was designed by Battista Pininfarina himself. Boasting beautiful front and rear symmetry, modern headlamp covers and a bold body-side trough, the Giulia Spider is legendary in the world of 1960’s automotive design. It was more refined than its Giulietta counterpart, yet offered four-wheel disc brakes and a 1.6L paired with a five-speed gearbox. For those Alfisti who are looking for an excellent example of classic Alfa Romeo design and engineering, yet who still want roadworthy capabilities, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider should be considered. Whether you’re looking to restore a classic Alfa Romeo or prefer a model that is ready for the road, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be happy to assist you in your search. Designed with you in mind, they welcome you to browse this website and the resources throughout to learn more about this exciting and sought-after classic.
One of the most important aspects of buying a 1968 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider is being sure to understand the overall condition of the classic. These particular models are prone to rust, particularly in the rocker panels and around the windshield, and it is important that a quality inspection is performed. While a bit of rust may not deter you from purchasing the car for restoration, you’ll want to fully understand the extent of the damage so you can plan accordingly. Likewise, you’ll want to explore the mechanical and electrical systems. While these are significantly easier to work on than repairing body damage, the costs of repair should be factored into your overall budget. If originality is important to you, you’ll want to have an Alfa Romeo expert verify that any work that has been done to the car is up to standard. Maybe you don’t want to purchase a Giulia Spider that has had an engine transplant, for example. This, of course, is personal preference. The Beverly Hills Car Club team can connect you with an expert in your area that can assist with these inspections.
For more information on the 1968 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider or to explore the models currently housed in The Beverly Hills Car Club’s Los Angeles classic car dealership showroom, do not hesitate to contact the team today. In the meantime, be sure to browse their online inventory. Their team is always just a phone call away and looks forward to sharing their knowledge and experience with you. Connect today to be one step closer to seeing that classic Alfa you’ve always dreamed of roll into your garage!
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