Selling a 1967 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto
While the Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto would release in 1966 with initial criticism, it would quickly become a popular model in the history of the Alfa Romeo brand. In fact, the 1967 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto would gain international fame with it appeared in the 1967 movie The Graduate, where Dustin Hoffman’s character drives the car. Under the hood, the Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto was nearly identical to the Series 105 Giulia. It would offer a 1.6L version of Alfa’s classic double overhead twin-cam engine, independent front suspension, a coil-suspended live rear axle and four-wheel disc brakes. The interior of the Spider Duetto would be quite sparse and reflected a racing-style where less is often more. When first launched, the 1967 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto would sell for approximately $3,950 in the United States. This was on par with the Jaguar E-Type and MGB models of the period. The Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto would eventually be replaced by the 1750 Spider Veloce, which gave owners a powerful 1.8L engine and 118hp. If you’re thinking about selling a 1967 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto, you’ve come to the right place to learn more about the brand and the classics that are most desirable today. You’ll also find a wealth of Seller’s Tips for some of these top models.
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