As the successor to the 1900 type from Alfa Romeo, the 2000 series was presented for the first time at the 1957 Turin Motor Show. Sales began in early 1958.
The series initially consisted of two models; “Berlina” (No. 102.00): four-door notchback sedan and “Spider” (No. 102.04): two-door convertible manufactured by the Italian Carrozzeria Touring.
The sale was limited due to the high price and so the 2 + 2 Spider sold just under 3,500 vehicles.
The standard 5-speed gearshift and the 4-cylinder Otto engine, which was essentially carried over from the previous model and developed approx. 111 hp, were pleasant.
The Alfa Rome 2000 Spider (2 + 2) from Touring that we offer was delivered in 1960. According to the documents, the vehicle was initially registered in Germany and made it to the USA in the 1960s. From there the vehicle came back to Germany in 1976. The vehicle remained with the same owner from 1978 to 2015, who completely restored the vehicle over a period of 10 years. From 2015 until today, the vehicle has been demonstrably moved only 2,000 km by its current owner. New tires are included with the purchase.
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