This next car comes as a tip from Erik202 who writes: I previously owned a series 3 version spider and I think outside of Duettos these S4 cars are the best looking generation. I don’t know if these cars are ever going to be worth anything but in the meantime they must be in the running for best value going, at least when it comes to fun for the money. Find this 1991 Alfa Romeo Spider S4 offered for $4888…now $4600 in Marin, CA via alfabb.com forums and craigslist.
Today’s next car isn’t something that’ll win some fancy prize at the next Amelia Island Concours D’Corpulence, or get you the front valet spot at some Michelin starred restaurant…but it could get you the front valet spot at your local Salsa Dancing spot (is dancing allowed during COVID19 crisis?) or spark a conversation with random […]
This next car comes as tip from Erik202 who writes: Forums have the best deals. I swear it doesn’t get any better than forums. These cars continue to be criminally undervalued. I have to mostly agree with Erik202, because forums are places were diehard lovers of certain makes/models have a reputation, so they can’t go asking […]
The original Osso di Seppia (bone of cuttlefish) Spider (105/115 series) was designed by Pininfarina and produced by Alfa Romeo from 1966 to 1969. The first generation (Series 1) is also known as the boat tail or round tail to differentiate it from the later Kamm back (Series 2), duck tail (Series 3) and smooth […]
The Alfa Romeo Spider is forever ensconced in common memory as Dustin Hoffman’s ride from the graduate…no not Anne Bancroft, his other ride, the…errr…topless one. Regardless, you don’t need drive across the Bay Bridge in the wrong direction to enjoy the simplicity of open top classic like the Alfa Spider. Find this 1973 Alfa Romeo […]
It’s been said that an automotive enthusiast hasn’t lived until he has bought, driven and sold his first 50s Alfa Romeo. They are true driving classics – built in an era when Italy was not a debt ridden country full of Mama’s boys. The Guilietta Spider Veloce was designed by the design house Pininfarina – […]