Ground zero: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce

In relation to nuclear explosions and other large bombs, ground zero (also called surface zero) is the point on the Earth’s surface closest to a detonation: this definition is plausibly associated with this Spider Veloce 750 of which very little remains.

Well, at least the bodywork is visible in all its nakedness and, let’s face it, it’s not that bad: from the structural point of view it is still solid (at least it is not folded in two) and it seems to have had no noteworthy accidents or alterations in the over the years; the real problem here is what’s missing: everything.

When we say “it is missing” we are referring to what is not installed on the car, however the seller – who from the description looks like a fanatic of the Spider Veloce – says he has many parts available and that he could also sell the body alone. . It would be interesting to understand how many parts might be available, but if you are interested in bringing a large notepad with you, the list of what you need will be very long. Find it for sale at $5,000 (body only) here in Arvada, CO.

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