Update 9/15/09: 24 bids resulted in a selling price of $15,100. This seems like a lot of money but is not surprising since this car has very little rust, is Mille Miglia elligible (1957 production or before) and runs as it is. Well sold and if Sprints finally follow a heirarchy similar to 356’s in their valuation breakdown based on age and speciffication, I suspect it will have been well bought.
Giulietta Sprint 750B 1493*04813, 1315*04310. This car is on eBay right now out of Newport Beach from the same seller who has brought us a lot of decent Sprint projects and frankly, has set the standard for great presentation. I don’t know where the paint went, but its absence definitely allows for a warts and all view of the car and it looks very good.
Suspension looks a little high. Door fit is good. Lots of lead around the windshield corner but that is how they made the body meet the windshield. They had a wooden frame that showed where the clearance had to be. Rockers look great.
MIB918 looks familiar. I think I have seen this car before but can’t place it. Trunk fits very well. Bumper needs chrome, but at least it is present, though it’s a later bumper with built in licence lights.
The word on the street is that lower end classic cars are off as much as 30% with the economy the way it is. Will this car buck the trend or surprise us with a strong result? In a few short days we’ll know the answer.
Both from the same seller!