Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1962

Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1962

With its very elegant bodywork by Pininfarina and its mythical front, this Spider really has a lot to offer. It became an icon of the Italian Dolce Vita. The twin-shaft aluminium engine, the 5-speed gearbox, using a Porsche synchronisation, give it its pleasant driving experience that was rare at the time. The front axle has independent wheels with superimposed triangles, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers and an anti-roll bar. The rear axle is a beam axle, equipped with coil springs/telescopic shock absorbers, providing a meticulous control.

In 1962 the Spider Giulietta was renamed « Spider Giulia 1600 » and was equipped with the 1600 cc 90hp engine of the « new » Giulia TI, giving it a maximum speed of 175 km/h and an increased manoeuvrability. This model can be easily recognised thanks to the air intake on the hood, necessary for the new engine. In 1964 it was the Veloce’s turn to reappear with a power increased to 112 hp.

This Giulia 1600 is equipped with two Weber double-body carburettors, which give it the characteristics of the Veloce.

It has benefited of a high-quality full restoration, carried out in 2016 in Belgium by an Officina Valenti specialist, and comes with a well-documented dossier of the restoration carried out.

Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1962

With its very elegant bodywork by Pininfarina and its mythical front, this Spider really has a lot to offer. It became an icon of the Italian Dolce Vita. The twin-shaft aluminium engine, the 5-speed gearbox, using a Porsche synchronisation, give it its pleasant driving experience that was rare at the time. The front axle has independent wheels with superimposed triangles, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers and an anti-roll bar. The rear axle is a beam axle, equipped with coil springs/telescopic shock absorbers, providing a meticulous control.

In 1962 the Spider Giulietta was renamed « Spider Giulia 1600 » and was equipped with the 1600 cc 90hp engine of the « new » Giulia TI, giving it a maximum speed of 175 km/h and an increased manoeuvrability. This model can be easily recognised thanks to the air intake on the hood, necessary for the new engine. In 1964 it was the Veloce’s turn to reappear with a power increased to 112 hp.

This Giulia 1600 is equipped with two Weber double-body carburettors, which give it the characteristics of the Veloce.

It has benefited of a high-quality full restoration, carried out in 2016 in Belgium by an Officina Valenti specialist, and comes with a well-documented dossier of the restoration carried out.