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The Restorer's Guide 1966-1993. Immortalized as Dustin Hoffman's transport in "The Graduate," Alfa Romeo's Spider enjoyed an extraordinarily long production span of 27 years. Launched as the 1600cc Duetto with Pininfarina's simply-styled round-tailed body, it got a 1750cc engine and its tail sawed off in 1969, grew into a 2000cc in 1970 and was saddled with rubber bumpers in the '80s, but lost them in 1990, by which time it was the second oldest car on sale in the U.K. Chris Rees has assembled a comprehensive production history of the car that was offered in literally dozens of different versions with a bewildering multiplicity of minor changes and variants. This task has never been fully attempted before, and the result is sure to be eagerly seized upon by the thousands of Spider enthusiasts hungry for a definitive volume.