1960 - 1969 Alfas
Posted March 4, 2017

Click Send Mail  to: doug,
registered 2017-03-04


This car was rescued from neglect by a fellow Alfa nut, who managed to get it road worthy in 1990. We helped with the work and replaced the rusted out original seats with Recaros, installed a new top, changed out the axles, sway bars, and wheels. It had a quick paint job, with considerable Bondo in some places, in 1990. We used it as a daily driver until about 1996. We found ourselves driving it less and less over time (thanks Miata) even though we still love it. We have driven it maybe once a year the last few years, so we finally decided it now needs a new home where it will be properly driven again.
Great Driving Car (but Not Historically Significant). Mechanically sound; cosmetically challenged, a good 20 footer if you’re not picky about details. All updates are bolt on and can be reversed; restoration possible.
Chassis: AR*663795
Asking $15,000
For more information and (lots) more pictures contact: Duetto.Doug@gmail.com
Car is located near Wake Forest, North Carolina
More details can be found at:
http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alfa-romeo-cars-sale-wanted/570225-1967-duetto.html#post7489809
The BB site has a list of the upgrades, updates, and repairs performed over time.


Alfa BB link

Posted February 16, 2017

1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto. Car is dismantled for start of restoration, I have purchased replacement floor panels and all 3 sections of rockers panels. Doors and trunk are solid. I also have all replacement bushing and bearings. Pictures are available by request. Please email me at dougbear956@gmail.com or phone (717) 577-9167

Posted October 19, 2016

Click Send Mail  to: Rick Larner,
registered 2014-12-17


Hi, contact me for all of the pics and info on this amazing Alfa! Test time only on the race motor in the car now, AND an extra recently completed race motor; sans induction and oil pan being used on the motor in situ.

Rebuilt Schwitter's 5-speed, Schwitter's head, 2016 SOVREN Annual Tech, with SOVREN logbook and all of the others from its first race in 1978. New wheels/tires, new flywheel, clutch components, driveline, throwout bearing, all components. Very clean and well engineered. Very quick 1300cc motors, Group 1 front runner!

Sale also comes with a steering column if you would like to revert to one of the street cars now selling at $100,000 and up.

I represent this wonderful car for Jim, who has retired from racing. Jim is using this money to restore one of his other Alfa's. He is a decades honored and certified Alfa Nut. (and a great friend).

The car ALSO comes with a small open trailer for full price sale. Available for viewing with appointment here in Spokane, WA.


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