Giulietta Sprint 750B. Listed as a 1956 in LVA, the leading classic newspaper in France, is this rusty Sprint. Price of entry is 5000 Euro’s or about $6800. Without more pictures I would have to say this is pretty ambitious as a project since a Sprint this early in good, though unrestored shape can be had in the mid $20k’s.
It looks to be complete other than the missing metal from the bodywork. Rims may be the early rolled edge style -can’t really tell in pictures of this resolution. Advertisement indicates it was an original French delivery car and thus probably has the glass brake fluid reservoir and yellow headlights. Door gaps are superb here for what it’s worth.
Ambitious project -yes indeed, but worth doing? Maybe, if you are working from the temporary (and altogether very common) insanity we call nostalgia or sentiment. Regarding the rust, these Sprints are much hardier than their 105 offspring, and as such, while what is seen here may seem bleak, one might be surprised by how solid a lot of it is. Floors are best done as a unit and trunks are always gone anyway, so are you really that much better off with a less rusty car for more money that still needs these areas replaced? Tough call. At this price it’s definitely worth it for parts if the rust repair doesn’t pan out. For encouragement check this out.