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Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider 1300

1969
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Brand
Alfa Romeo
Model
Duetto Spider 1300
Year
1969

Dustin Hoffman's quote in the 1967 film 'The Graduate': "Mrs Robinson, you're trying to seduce me... Aren't you?" could now easily be transferred to this Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider which seduced many Italian sportscar enthusiasts after her prominent appearance in 'The Graduate' film. The numerous road scenes where Dustin Hoffman drives his Duetto Spider with beautiful background music from Simon & Garfunkel gave this Alfa Romeo an instant cult-car status. My Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider is exactly the same version and color as the one featuring in 'The Graduate'. Nowadays collectors agree that the early pointed tail version (coda longa) was the purest Battista Pininfarina design from the succesive Alfa Romeo Spider variants he made. This Duetto Spider in stock is the basic 1300 GT Junior variant but benefits nevertheless from all the typical Alfa Romeo refinements available on all models of that period: 90 HP twin overhead cam all alloy 4 cylinder, fed by twin Weber carburettors coupled to a 5 speed gearbox. Completely restored approx. 5 years ago in Germany by a specialist classic car restorer, this Spider Duetto passed every year without any problems the rather severe German TUV test. Hardly driven though, this Duetto Spider is inside-out still in perfectly sound and clean condition. I personally used this Alfa Romeo this summer as a holliday convertible and can assure any prospective buyer that 'la vita è bella' at the steering wheel of this typical Italian sportscar.

Technical details

Brand
Alfa Romeo
Model
Duetto Spider 1300
Year
1969

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