1967 ALFA ROMEO DUETTO SPIDER #AR661276. (Stock #3936.) The Duetto was introduced at the 1966 Geneva Auto Show to great acclaim, but was made famous with Dustin Hoffman behind the wheel in “The Graduate” which was released in 1967. It is, however, a great car on its own without any celebrity association. With its twin cam, twin Weber carburetor, 1600cc engine, 5-speed manual transmission, 4-wheel disc brakes and independent front suspension, the car is great fun to drive. With its extremely pretty, PininFarina-designed, “dove-tail” body, it is equally pleasurable to observe. When introduced, it was just slightly less expensive than the Jaguar XKE and, like the XKE, altered its pure form a bit in 1968. Ours came to us from a nice Pennsylvania collection and is finished in a Rosso Dino shade of red with black interior, top and convertible top boot. It is just having a complete mechanical service performed in our shop along with a new clutch and associated parts and a complete new exhaust system. 39,362 miles. $34,000.