Alfa Romeo

2600 Spider

151 HP111 KW
1966 build year
119.000 Euro


- Delivered new to Nuremberg, Germany in March 1966

- Fully traceable German ownership history with eight owners since new

- Extensively restored between 2006 - 2008

- TÜV valid until August 2025

- German Pappdeckelbrief available

- Well preserved and maintained after restoration

The “Tipo 102” series Alfa Romeo 2000 received a minor facelift as it entered the 1962 model year, ushering in the “Tipo 106” 2600 range powered, as its name suggested, by a six-cylinder engine with an increased displacement of 2.6-liters. This dual overhead camshaft, inline-six unit was significant as the last of its kind to power an Alfa Romeo before production shifted to four-cylinder engines after 1968. Adopting the three body styles of its predecessor – a factory-bodied Berlina sedan, a two-door Sprint coupe by Bertone, and a two-seater Spider convertible by Carrozzeria Touring – the latter of the three was the rarest with only 2,255 2600 Spiders being produced.

The Spider was also the most powerful, with its all-aluminum engine sporting a trio of twin-choke Solex carburetors allowing it to produce 145 horsepower. In a chassis measuring over eight inches (220 mm) shorter than the Berlina and weighing only 2,822 lbs (approximately 1,280 kg), the Spider was a lithe, high-speed roadster capable of a top speed of around 125 mph. Its performance was further bolstered by four-wheel disc brakes and a five-speed manual transmission, making it one of the most technologically advanced sports cars of the period.

This rare and desirable Touring-bodied Spider was delivered new to Nuremberg, Germany in March 1966 – costing a hugely expensive 26,150 DEM (approximately $14,482) when new, whereas a Mercedes-Benz 230 SL was only 21,650 DEM ($11,990). An extensive file of invoices shows that the Spider was treated to a highly detailed, multi-year restoration from 2006 to 2008 under previous ownership, as well as regular maintenance since its completion. Additionally, a digital copy of the Alfa’s original Kraftfahrzeugbrief (vehicle log book) documents a traceable history of known German owners over the nearly six decades.

Beautifully finished in iconic Rosso with a black leather interior and matching canvas soft top, this attractive 2600 Spider is TÜV valid through August 2025 and is ready for immediate enjoyment.

We offer this vehicle for our partner company Broad Arrow Deutschland GmbH in Verl, Germany.

The car can be viewed at our premises in Germany, 33415 Verl at any time by arrangement. A lifting platform is available for this purpose.

Please contact us if you are interested in further information.

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In this case, the sale is carried out on consignment without display of the sales tax and without warranty.


Bastian Voigt Collectors Cars GmbH
Zedernstr. 14
33415 Verl

Phone: + 49 5246 9330337

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