Update 12/8/12: Still available. Surprised? Me neither. This is a long uphill slog with a boulder on your back. You would have to be a lucky guy who bought a project that came with an extra cars worth of trim etc.
Update 2/12/12: Elmar informs me this car has been relisted by Laurent with a reduced asking price of €8,900. No less a crazy project!
French build plate. Positive ID. Someone somewhere will decide this is worth fixing. Eventually.
Update 8/18/10: I am told this is Giulia SS 10121*380956, 00121*01092. That engine is now missing though. Also, it does come with a windshield and is in France.
Original post 8/8/10: Thanks to an email from Elmar I can inform you all that this very rough Giulia SS can be yours for the asking price of 11,900 Euro’s. I’m going to guess someone pulled this out of a scrap yard that should have been its final resting place. I have seen worse in person and in pictures so I guess I shouldn’t dismiss it utterly. What’s a hundred hours of welding between friends anyway?
It amazes me how many cars like this, that probably should have been crushed but for one reason or another weren’t, are coming out of the wood work. How expensive do good ones have to get before this is a $15,800 car? Very I suspect.