Update 7/1/12: Imagine that.
Update 6/23/12: Driver’s Source out of Houston, who seems to specialize in buying high and trying to sell even higher, has this SS for sale now for a whopping $198,000. It is, if photo’s be believed, a stunning car, but I’m not sure the world is ready for a Giulia SS at this price point. All prior high sales have been Giulietta’s (anyone??).
Original post 4/20/12: Giulia Sprint Speciale 10121*381399. Michael has made me aware that Ferrari of Seattle is selling this car right now for $125,000. A pretty good deal if the last two projects I listed for $60,000 each are really worth that. Just think, no bodywork, no rust repair, no parts hunting. Just fly in, write a check, add it to your insurance and drive home. Oh, and if you’re one of those people who likes ‘interesting’ VIN’s, this is the last SS they made.
Great color! Everything looks straight and clean in this picture. Is there anything to the theory that a high-end dealer would risk reputation selling a less than perfect car? Maybe. This will sell immediately I think.
This car really looks clean. Is said to have been repainted once upon a time and have excellent patina.
Note the trunk and door fit Still wears it’s amber lenses from when it lived in Switzerland.
Wears Borrani’s. That’s a pretty big wheel weight.
Nardi is pretty cool, but having the original wheel would be even better since they are very hard to find and a Nardi is a catalog item. Leather on the seats looks good.
Looks great from this side too. I wonder if it was originally silver?
81K KM’s are not a lot for an Alfa -nor are 181.
Plenum and air box are ‘regular’ 105 Veloce items, but may have been original on the late cars as I have seen quite a few in the last hundred cars with them.
Here’s your chance Mr. expensive SS buyer who realizes that this is actually a much cheaper car than all the non original or project cars I’ve listed. And it’s the very last one…