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To many enthusiasts Romeo is the shining star of sports cars. From its Prix dominating Alfetta to the design of its cars and its legendary four-cylinder engine, the Milan has always accomplished a lot with a And Alfa#39;s beloved series of to 1994 Spider sports stands as proof of that (It should be noted that the cars.

To many enthusiasts Romeo is the shining star of sports cars. From its Prix dominating Alfetta to the design of its cars and its legendary four-cylinder engine, the Milan has always accomplished a lot with a And Alfa#39;s beloved series of to 1994 Spider sports stands as proof of that (It should be noted that the cars of this series are called Spiders, the term is a generic designation for an open-top car.)

Alfa Romeo#39;s 105-series-based sports car was introduced at the Geneva Show of 1966. The first of the was originally called the 1600 but following a contest to select a name, it became known as the Spider. Built on the unibody platform, it was powered by a 109-horsepower version of the fabulous twin-cam Alfa four.

The new sports car was designed by Pininfarina and was the project of that company#39;s Battista Pinin Farina. a simple rounded shape tapered to both the front and the its design alone was enough to it classic. However, its starring role alongside Dustin in The Graduate cemented its place in history.

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In 1968 an entry-level Spider with a smaller 1290-cc joined the fray. While it the look of the original, the excitement was The 1750 Spider Veloce was in 1970.

With its 1779-cc engine 118 horsepower, it offered a performance in comparison to the original Spider. On a happy note, the Duetto#39;s elongated tail had given way to a conventional rear look. that change may have in a less dramatic appearance, it trunk space.

A still 132-horsepower engine followed thereafter, as did a new name: 2000 Veloce. Another junior this time a 1600, was to provide a mid-range offering the top-of-the-line Veloce and the entry-level However this new 1600 was not to the U.S.

In 1983 Alfa sent the to ugly school, fitting it large black-rubber front and bumpers. In all fairness, the car was still a but most felt it paled in to its predecessors. For 1986, Alfa up the Spider a bit with skirts, spoilers, a removable hardtop, and a Verde (green four-leaf badge.

The black bumpers went away with the version of the Spider, which in the home market for 1990 and to the U.S. in 1991. U.S. were badged as Spider and Veloce, with the latter leather seats and larger wheels. The range was put to rest in although a Spider Commemorative was sold in the U.S. as a 1994

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