The Alfa Romeo 750 Spider, also known as the Giulietta Spider, is a two-seater convertible sports car that was produced by the Italian automaker Alfa Romeo from 1955 to 1962. The 750 Spider was the first model in the company’s iconic Spider series and was designed by Pininfarina. The 750 Spider was powered by a 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 80 horsepower and had a top speed of 103 mph. It featured a lightweight, aerodynamic body and was praised for its handling and performance, as well as its elegant design. Over the years, Alfa Romeo made several changes and upgrades to the 750 Spider. In 1957, the company introduced the 750D Spider, which had an improved engine and front disc brakes. In 1959, the 750 Spider was replaced by the 101 Spider, which had a larger 1.6-liter engine and improved suspension and braking systems. Despite its relatively short production run, the Alfa Romeo 750 Spider was a popular sports car that became an icon of Italian automotive design. It was featured in several films and television shows, including The Graduate, where it was driven by Dustin Hoffman’s character. Today, it is a highly sought-after collectible car among enthusiasts and collectors.