This 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider is a largely disassembled project car that was reportedly discovered in a Minnesota barn by the seller. A 1,750cc twin-cam inline-four sourced from a 1968 GTV is included in the sale but remains in pieces. Other items present include an uninstalled soft top, five wheels, exterior trim, and interior parts, while the seller notes the absence of seats or a gearbox. This Giulietta project is offered with a clean Iowa title in the seller’s name.
The car is in need of patchwork and body straightening according to the seller, who has provided photos of corrosion, rust holes, and dents in the gallery below. The front clip was reportedly changed in the past, and the seller notes that a piece of metal was cut out of the right rear fender. A large hole is visible in the trunk.
The car rides on four steel wheels, with a full-sized spare located in the cabin. A white soft top is included in the sale and shown draped loosely over its retractable frame above. Detailed photos of the rocker panels, floors, and door jambs are available in the gallery.
The windshield and steering wheel have been retained along with three gauges, while the seats are missing. The 5-digit odometer shows 6,944 miles, though actual chassis mileage is unknown.
The 1,750cc twin-cam inline-four is reportedly from a 1968 Alfa Romeo GTV and is currently disassembled. More images of the block and associated parts are available in the gallery below. No transmission is included.
Various interior and exterior trim pieces, wiring, and miscellaneous parts are included in the sale. The seller states that loose pieces will be packaged in plastic totes and secured within the car for shipping.