The glamorous Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider, which starred in The Graduate alongside Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft, was very much an automotive star of the 1960s. It was the last design personally executed by the famous Battista Pinin Farina and its name was the result of a competition run by the manufacturer at the time of its launch in 1966. Styling cues include the so-called ‘cuttlefish-bone’ profile with a rounded nose and tail, and the Alfa Romeo shield dividing the front bumper. The original Duetto was only produced for one year being replaced in 1968 by the 1750 Veleco Spider and later by the series 2 which had a shorter flat tail.
My Duetto is the exact same colour red (code Ar514) and model (except in Right Hand Drive) as the one driven by Dustin Hoffman in the movie The Graduate. It’s considered by a team of motoring editors as among the top 10 iconic film cars of all time along with the Aston Martin DB-5 and the DeLorean DMC-12.
The car is available for advertisements, movie & photo shoots.