2021   |   Geared Online | May 2021

1965 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider

Coachwork by Touring





Car Highlights

The Last Twin-Cam, Six-Cylinder Alfa Romeo Spider
One of Only 2,255 Examples Produced
A True California Black-Plate Garage Find
Delivered New to Rezzaghi Motors in San Francisco
Single Family Ownership from 1965 to 2021
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David Brynan

The last of the classic twin-cam, inline six-cylinder Alfa Romeos, the 2600 was a grand touring car par excellence. The upscale Touring-bodied Spider, of which only 2,255 were produced, was a worthy competitor to other fine Italian machines like the Maserati 3500 and Lancia Flaminia. This remarkable example has had just one private-owner from new and has spent nearly all of its existence in the San Francisco Bay-area. A true “garage find”, this rare Alfa Romeo Spider still retains its original-issue California black plates, and would be an ideal candidate for a sympathetic restoration or even preservation display.