2000 Alfa Romeo Spider 2.0 Twin Spark

No Reserve

Sexy phase II 2.0 Spider in black with red and black interior showing 96,000 miles and an MOT until June 2021

Dating from July 2000, and supplied new via Centro of Dusseldorf, Germany this Phase II Spider is one of just 710 Spiders built that year and as such is a rare old thing. Finished in Nero with a lovely two-tone Nero and Rosso leather interior the car looks very sexy sat on its original alloy wheels, the Pininfarina design still sharp and eye-catching to this day.

Powered here by the 2.0 TwinSpark 16v engine, it develops 148bhp, more than enough to zip it along nicely, with zest and a lovely and very Alfa twin cam engine and exhaust note. This topless model has covered just over 96,000 miles and has plenty of life left in her yet and would no doubt be ideal for a post Covid-19 jaunt to Brittany for example. The roof is a simple manual affair stowing neatly under the rear deck and looks even more striking as a design with the roof lowered.

In the history file we find a V5C showing three previous owners, the current, a lady, for some 14 years since March 2006, a clean MOT running until June 2021, service book showing 4 stamps, the last at 79,734 miles in March 2006 and hand written note confirming timing belt changed at 65,000 miles but no supporting invoice.

Great value and an alternative choice to the usual MX5 or Z3 option. Be different, be bold.

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Reg No: W877SRR
Chassis Number: ZAR91600006065812
Engine Number: 065812
Engine Size: 1970
Docs: V5C; service book with 4 stamps; MOT June 2021 with no advisories

Lot 9

Lot ended

Thursday 10/12/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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