The Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider Veloce was manufactured between 1967 and 1969, while the United States version of the 1750 Spider Veloce was only available in 1969. In total, it is estimated that approximately 4,674 units were produced. Launched in late 1967, the classic Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider Veloce was designed to replace the original Spider Duetto and featured a 1,779cc engine with 118hp. In Europe, the 1750 Spider Veloce was fitted with two twin carburetors, whereas models in the American market had SPICA mechanical fuel injection. Other modifications were made to the suspension, brakes, electrics and wheels, although the car looked effectively the same. The only visible changes were a repositioning of the rear-view mirror to the door, and different badging on the tail section. While previous Spider models held the name Duetto, the official car title was the 1750 Spider Veloce. Duetto would be dropped from this point on. As part of the Series 1 Spider models, the 1750 Spider Veloce is often referred to as part of the boat tail Spider, which are distinguished by their longer tail sections. This particular car was also featured in the 1967 movie The Graduate, which has helped the classic gain notoriety over the years.
If youre thinking about buying an Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider Veloce, youll find The Beverly Hills Car Club has provided a wealth of resources throughout this website. This includes a number of top Buyers Tips for these Series 1 Spider Veloce models. One important tip they can share with you is the need for a thorough inspection. Because these classics are decades old, they can be plagued with rust problems. It is always advised to have an inspection performed so that you can fully understand the condition of any potential purchase. Because the Spider models are quite desirable, many of them have been kept in great condition over the years or have been updated to meet collector demands. However, even with the finest examples, it is always a great idea to ask the seller for any documentation they have regarding restoration, maintenance, repair or ownership history, as these items can give you great insight into how the classic Alfa was treated over the years. These are just a few of the many Buyers Tips that The Beverly Hills Car Club has learned over the years.
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