Used Car of the Day: 1989 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

used car of the day 1989 alfa romeo spider veloce

We're going back to the older Italian car well for today's UCOTD, so brace your wallet. We're featuring a 1989 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce.

This triple-black car has 113,000 miles on it, is said to run and drive well, and has been garaged and owned by the same person for the past two decades.

The owner wants to sell only in New Jersey, and I normally might skip such a listing, but there are obviously a lot of people in that area -- the seller doesn't live in the middle of nowhere. So if you're in or close to New Jersey and have a spare 10 grand, this car could be yours. That's right -- the asking price is a mere $9,250. Check it out here.

[Images: Seller]

Become a TTAC insider. Get the latest news, features, TTAC takes, and everything else that gets to the truth about cars first by  subscribing to our newsletter.

Join the conversation
4 of 35 comments
  • ToolGuy ToolGuy on Sep 18, 2023

    Question 1 part A: Why would you "Only want to sell locally to NJ"?

    Question 1 part B: To what lengths is the seller prepared to go to verify that I'm not lying about my state of residence, or that he isn't selling to an intermediary who is immediately going to flip it to me X states away?

    Question 2: When did under-hood pinups become a thing?

    • See 1 previous
    • Analoggrotto Analoggrotto 7 days ago

      I don't do this but some guys like to squeeze one off while working on their car.

  • Gray Gray 7 days ago

    Cute car. I like the Cutlass next to it better.

  • Lynchenstein I got a free charger when I bought my first Kia Soul EV in 2016, then was offered another one (I took cash instead) when I traded it in for a 2019 Soul EV.
  • Daryll Rardon Of course the state would never consider tracking your movements. And if (when) they do, it will of course be for the good of society...
  • Art_Vandelay The relationship between employer and employee is none of my business in this case so long as if they make unsustainable choices I’m not forced to bail them out again.
  • SCE to AUX Ford's taking a pause: like they're using the UAW strike as an excuse, but that's BS. Batteries have little labor content due to the automation required to produce them in volume.TTAC is that Ford doesn't have a viable EV plan because the F-150 keeps paying the bills.
  • Shelby I owned both 4.0L and new 3.5L they have them tuned a bit differently, I liked my 4L but the gas mileage on the 3.5 is better and lots of pep with a tune!