This 1967 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto 1600 is powered by a 1.6-liter inline-four paired with a five-speed manual transmission, and it is finished in red over black upholstery. Equipment includes a black folding soft top, stainless-steel bumpers, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, and an aftermarket cassette radio. The car was acquired by the selling dealer out of Pennsylvania in 2021 from its reported second owner of 50 years. Subsequent service performed in preparation for the sale is said to have included adjustment of the timing as well as replacement of the ignition points, engine oil, and differential fluid. This 105-series Spider is now offered in Maryland with a Pennsylvania title.
The car is said to have been refinished in red under prior ownership. Features include inset headlights with Perspex covers, stainless-steel bumpers, Pininfarina side badges, and a fender-mounted driver-side mirror. Paint chips are noted, as are scratches in the stainless trim. An Alfa Romeo Owners Club badge has been placed on the nose.
Steel 15″ wheels wear Alfa Romeo–branded center caps and are mounted with Dunlop 165R15 tires. A jack and a full-size spare are located in the trunk. Braking is handled by four-wheel discs.
The bucket seats are upholstered in black vinyl with matching carpets and trim. Equipment includes lap belts, a wood shift knob, a locking glovebox, and an aftermarket Jensen AM/FM/cassette radio. A hole and seam separation are noted in the driver’s seatback, and the shift boot is cracked. The air vents have been modified to hold speakers.
A wood-rimmed steering wheel frames a 140-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 6,300-rpm redline. Jaeger gauges monitoring fuel level, oil pressure, and coolant temperature are angled toward the driver from the center of the dashboard. A Lucas amperage meter has been positioned beneath the dash. The five-digit odometer shows 35k miles, approximately 200 of which were added by the selling dealer. True mileage is unknown.
The 1.6-liter inline-four is mated to dual Weber carburetors, and power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission. The selling dealer reports having adjusted the timing and also replaced the ignition points, engine oil, and differential fluid in preparation for the sale.
Additional photos of the underside are presented in the gallery.
The Pennsylvania title carries “Out of Country” and “Antique Vehicle” brands.