Re: For Sale: 1976 Alfa Romeo Spider
it looks 'interesting', but with a 6.7" diameter motor and curtis 1231 controller, most people would probably not see a lot of value in those components, except for the charger perhaps. Sounds like the clutchless tranny has held up, but there again, having a clutch appeals to a lot of people so that might impact the decision whether or not to stick with the current adaptor. Changing back to a clutched design might be problematic due to difficulty finding stock clutch/flywheel. Just mentioning all this so that you are aware of what its worth.