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Alfa Romeo Duetto, 1750 and 2000 SV
Exhibited at the 1966 Geneva Salon, the Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce was launched with a 1570cc Giulia engine. Battista Pininfarina designed the car, his last design. The car was named 'Duetto' after a competition was held to find a name, but it was also known as the 'Osso di Seppia' (round tail). In 1967 the 1750 Spider Veloce replaced the 1600 Duetto, identical apart from the engine. There were 1300 and 1600 'Junior' versions sold in Italy to qualify for lower taxes. In 1971 a 1962cc engine was given to create 2000 Spider Veloce. Federal safety regulations imposed back rubber bumpers on the car in 1983. A further restyle was made in 1990, and the Spider Veloce sold until its replacement arrived in 1994.
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Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV - boot badge
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce.
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce.
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce. - Scudetto (Grille)
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Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce S4 - front grille (scudetto)
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce. The 'Duetto' had only been in production for about a year when it was remained to 'Spider' and a new 1779cc dohc engine given to create the '1750 Spider Veloce'
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Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce S2. The Series Two was introduced in 1970 and the revisions included changes to the nose, grille and lamps.
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce.
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Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce S4. The final revision to the Spider came with the Series 4 in 1990
Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce front
Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce. When introduced in 1966 it was named 'Duetto' the winning name from a competition, but quickly renamed Sprint Veloce instead. The Duetto was the last project with which founder Battista "Pinin" Farina was personally associated.
Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce rear
Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint. The boat-tail design of the original Duetto Spider was called "Osso di Seppia" (cuttlefish).
Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce front
Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce. The Series 2 Spider was introduced in 1970, and in 1971 the powerplant was upgraded to 1962cc and 132bhp. This was the Spider 2000. The original 1570cc engine was reintroduced in a less well equipped Spider 1600 Junior.
Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce rear
Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce. The Kamm tail was given to Series 2 cars in 1970, gaining boot space.
Alfa Romeo Spider 1300 Junior front
Alfa Romeo Spider 1300 Junior. For Tax purposes, a 1290cc 89bhp version of the 'Duetto' was introduced in 1968 with unfaired headlamps, non-opening quarterlights and hubcaps. In 1972 a 1570cc Spider 1600 Junior was also available.
Alfa Romeo Spider 1300 Junior rear
Alfa Romeo Spider 1300 Junior. Introduced in 1968 the tax-dodging 1290cc Spider Junior only had it's 'boat-tail' for 2years before all the Duetto cars got the cut-off tail.
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce. These lights were only used on the original 'cuttlefish' tail.
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Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce.
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce.
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Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce S4 - front headlight
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Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce. In 1970 the distinctive rounded tail was replaced by this cut-off tail on the 1750 Spider, and in 1971 it was given this 1962cc power plant to become the 2000 Spider Veloce
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Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce S2. No more cuttlefish tail for the 1970 revised Spider as this Kamm tail gives more luggage room. North American cars had Injection ('Iniezione')
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Alfa Romeo 1750 Sprint Veloce.
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Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce S4. Gone is the lovely boat tail of the original 'Duetto' replaced by a safety tail with the tail lights like those on the 164 saloon
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider
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Alfa Romeo Giulia
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