1992 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce. (Series 4, Total production for the year 3,640 )
The final production series for spiders 1991- 1993. Incorporating power steering a significant advantage over all other spiders.
This particular 1992 model with the unique color combination,estimated 8-10. Total 1,102 export sales in the U.S. for the year.
*Average market values for Series 4 Spiders in this condition are rising and selling upwards of $22k-$28k.
* We are not auto brokers or dealers. Just enthusiast sharing our passion. (Would consider cash and interesting vehicle as partial payment)
A very rare one owner California Alfa Romeo Spider with all factory options available,complete documentation with purchase contract and factory sticker sheet from Robert Ruehman Alfa Romeo in North Hollywood Ca.
Previous owner has spared no expense purchasing all available accessories,nose bra,wind deflector,custom car cover,to enhance and enjoy the full Spider experience. Meticulously maintained and serviced,original paint,original top,including owners personal mileage log from date of purchase to current mileage such documentation is very rare.
Complete rebuilt engine and additional services a cost over $10,800.00 with invoices,Cooling system, Clutch, Drive shaft coupling /all related components, Starter, Catalytic Converter / Muffler, Brake service, Engine /Trans mounts. Much more. All of the above listed work was performed three years ago with minimal miles driven. Recently seats and door panels have been reupholstered, complete front and rear suspension serviced including four wheel alignment .
If you are seriously looking for a true collectible Alfa Spider don't let the mileage effect your decision all other spiders over 40k miles will need the above listed major repairs the question would be the confirmation of actual mileage, Spider electronic odometers are notoriously unreliable, you will not be disappointed with this very special example of the final generation of the "GRADUATE"
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