Giulietta Sprint Speciale 10120*177276, 00120*01477. This car is on eBay right now out of Bethlehem, CT. Car is said to be a recent import from Italy, where it had been in storage for 7 years after a ‘driver’ restoration. Looks pretty good. If the current trend holds true, the new owner will no doubt buy it and try and flip it for close to $200,000. Check it out.
I’ve seen this car before -I don’t remember if I wrote about it, but the rubber hood and trunk stays are familiar. Italians are good at putting together a handsome car the second time around too. If it was restored 10 years ago the original parts content should be high -it’s only been the last few years that I’ve seen repro SS stuff on the market -but maybe it’s always been available in Italy.
I would have to get rid of the rubber lid buckles -it’s not a Jeep! Emblem is missing from the trunk lid. Trunk lid fits well. Wheels seem to all be Fergat’s. Scary thing is you need to see it in person to judge the paint -and yet someone will spend $118,900 on this car based on these pictures!
Hey Aaron, where is CH? No spare? No jack? C’mon seller, you could add those items for less than $500, but I guess that’s $500 less profit.
Italians are also really good at getting the door weatherstripping sorted. No rear view mirror?
Door panels and seat covers would have to be redone to get this car from B+ to A-. Too bad the curved door panel trim is missing.
Shoulder belt hooks are nice to have. I’m guessing the seat belts live in these pockets when not in use? Definitely needs some interior sorting. I guess I lied about the weather stripping comment unless this just came undone.
Some to do here… wing nuts for the plenum top, wrong intake manifold, Bosch rather than Marelli regulator, heater duct in place of intake rubber hose, heater and fresh air intake hoses are from a clothes dryer or something, should have the low profile cam cover nuts and the cam cover is just too much red for one car.
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