The seller of this 2000 Spider – without an engine – says this auction is not about a car in the strict sense but a spare parts stash.
From a certain point of view we agree: until a few years ago, let’s say up to about ten years ago, probably all these spare parts had a fairly low value, but today the Alfa spiders in good condition have values that they regularly reach six figures, and their parts have become expensive as a result.
Not to mention the fact that the 2000 and 2600 spiders are rare cars (produced in less than five thousand units between both engines) for which few manufacturers produce new spare parts, it follows that some details are extremely difficult to find and are now paid for gold. . However, if paid the right price, this car can be saved: the engine is missing but this is not difficult to find. Some (few) specialists reproduce the metal sheets for the bottoms, spars, sills and more so the brave can try to work the miracle. Find it for sale here in Mountain View, CA, with bidding at $1,700 and reserve not met.