Update 4/8/10: Failing the eBay route this car has been listed on Craigslist for $3000. There has been some discussion on the 750-101 group all to the effect that it’s too much money. The seller got very little for the drivetrain parts they sold before selling the car, so it’s starting to look like they should have kept it all together. Some rube will probably buy it and then start the cycle anew on eBay , but at $5000. Sigh.
Update 2/16/10: No bids, no buyer. Patience friend Spider -you’ll have your day.
Giulietta Spider 10103 170124. This car is on eBay right now out of Oregon. Seller has been auctioning off a lot of the little parts over the last couple of weeks and now the rest of the car has to go. I just noticed this car was listed 7 minutes after the Sprint in market 185. Odd how the world works. Opening bid is $3995. No takers as yet.
Looks like the typical scrappy parts car layed up 20 years ago and now maybe worth enough to be promoted from parts car to project. We’ll see. Lots of good parts to be seen, but all need some love to be viable.
There you have it. The world is probably not ready for a car like this to be a worthy project. Of course there are always exceptions -no one thought my SS was worth fixing and I am on the verge of proving the nay-sayers wrong, it’s just that for $3000 more you can get a shell without all this rust and a core motor. I say for this to be worth buying as a project is has to be less than $1500. The parts are worth more than that. Oh well.