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Hello everyone,

My names Kris and I'm new to the alfa romeo world. My grandmother has recently passed away and i have the opportunity with 2 alfa romeo's I'm just really having trouble figuring out what they are, the coupe seems to be a 2600 and i believe the convertible is a 2600 spider. I was able to snap some pics with my phone, but it was really dark and there was barely any room to even get in the containers.. I should be able to get some more pics in the next 2 weeks but I thought id ask here and see if anyone could get an identity from tailights, trim, etc. again phone pics in the dark so i apologize for the horrible quality.



 

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I don't think they are 2600's- the coupe looks like a 1750 or 2000 gtv 105 coupe, with some odd badging on the rear!. The cabrio is interesting (as you said the photo is pretty terrible!) but could be a 1600 pinnfarina spider from the 60's or even a 2000 touring cabrio. Either way very nice to have such "barn finds"

No doubt the conoscenti alfisti on alfaowner will recognise the exact models for you!;)
 

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Try posting on alfabb, they will be helpfull.
 

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The Coupe is definitely a 105, probably a US spec 2000GTV judging by the corner repeaters, the Wheels make it a late-ish one too, say 75 or 76.

I'm not too sure on the Spider, but I think might be a Giulietta Spider, an early 60's Car certainly worth more than the 105. But as always the values of these cars are entirely down to condition. Rust is your worst enemy, the good news on the 105 is that most parts are available, the Giulietta is less easy though.

Good luck and keep us posted:)
 

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I'll go with a Giulia (1600cc) or Giulietta (1300cc) Spider as well (late 50s-early 60s).
The coupe is a USA version 2000 GT Veloce with Spica fuel injection. The 'Alfa Romeo' panel on the rear, which also houses the number plate lights, would make it a 73 or 74.

Are the chassis numbers available?
 

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On the Spider, the tail light cluster (the little square piece at the bottom) looks more like a touring spider to me ,2000 or perhaps even 2600..... The car looks a bit big for a 750 or 101 series spider..
AlfaBB is your best bet , many more classic enthusiasts on there ther can certainly help.
Great find (sorry about your GM)....
 
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