- 1959 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider by Touring
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- 1959 ALFA ROMEO 2000 'Cast-Iron 2-Liter' TOURING SPIDER
1959 Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider by Touring
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The lineup replaced the comparatively dowdy and brought Alfa into the s with elegant styling and a hp, 2. A conventional sedan debuted first, followed up shortly by the attractive Touring-bodied Spider. About 3, Spiders were built during a production run that lasted from to Their twin-cam inline engines breathed a little better thanks to a pair of Solex side draft carburetors that bumped power output hp. A fully synchronized five-speed manual transmission sent power rearward to a solid axle and drum brakes.
We have taken 30 plus photos including many showing ALL the parts which are with the car. Most brightwork is there. Please email us if you would like to see further photos showing all the parts or any other photos you may require of the bodywork. It was originally a Dutch car but has been in the UK for many years. Extensive sill corrosion and floors are rusted out.
The Cast Iron 2 Liter moniker is due to the car having an iron block instead of aluminum as used in other Alfa models. The engine is a 4-cylinder, chain driven double overhead cam, hemispherical combustion chambers and utilizing two side-draft carburetors. The transmission was a 5-speed, suspension was also typical Alfa with A-arms in the front and a live alxe. Alfa Romeo series is a car produced by the Italian automobile manufacturing company Alfa Romeo as a successor to the First shown in on the Turin autosalon, the car was produced in two models, the Berlina with PS 77 kW; hp and the Spider with PS 85 kW; hp since In , the Sprint was added.
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1959 ALFA ROMEO 2000 'Cast-Iron 2-Liter' TOURING SPIDER
It was the successor to the Alfa Romeo It has become historically significant as the last Alfa Romeo to have been fitted with an inline six-cylinder engine with twin overhead camshafts. That had been the traditional Alfa Romeo engine configuration since the s, but gave way to four-cylinder engines as the factory oriented its production towards more economical mass-produced car models starting in The was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show ,  as a sedan with a factory-built body Berlina , a two-plus-two seater convertible with body by Carrozzeria Touring Spider , and a coupe with a body by Bertone Sprint. A convertible based on the Sprint coupe was shown by Bertone in It was also named Sprint, but did not enter production.
It is missing the This example was delivered to a customer in Bologna on the 9th Here is your chance to own a very early production Spider vin , Vehicle was originally purchased complete running and driving. It has Estimate, - , Recent cosmetic