Whoever did or just followed a total restoration of a car knows well the the most difficult and time consuming part of the job is the metalwork, especially on open cars. Luckily that job is already done on this Giulietta Spider Veloce.
This is a series 101 car (chassis #AR171715) which has some differences with the series 750: of course the most visible are the bigger taillights but oher difference are spread around the car, especially under the bonnet where lays the Veloce Engine, fed by a couple of Weber two-throat carburetors.
The seller says that he has restored many of these cars in the past and that he’s focuse on metal work: he doesn’t use any filler/bondo when he restores a car so he has posted a lot of detailed photo of the body of the car before and after his restoration. We can’t inspect a metal job from some photo but at least the job looks basically accomplished; something is maybe still missing but the major slice of the work has been done. He also says the Alfa Romeo register confirmed that this is a matching number car so, at least, the fact that it is a second series takes second place. Find it for sale here in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, with bidding at $30,100 and reserve not met.