Update 4/3/11: Bidding reached $10,260 after 19 bids but the reserve was not met. I was thinking maybe $15,000 or a little more. While it needs a total restoration, it is pretty complete and runs right now so you could do the job where you make everything work first, use it a bit then restore it once you’ve done your research and know it’s what you want to do.
Originally posted 3/22/11: Giulietta Sprint 750B 1493*00668, 1315*00744. Early Sprints like this one, currently at auction on eBay, seldom come up for sale. It is a daunting project, but with matching numbers and basically complete, including rare early aluminum hood and air cleaner, someone will very likely restore it. Thanks for the heads up on this car Brad!
Small headlights, aluminum hood, probably the early slightly shorter windshield among other things make this a desirable car. Shame it was let to sit and rot in the New Jersey winter for several years before being pushed indoors.
Some of you would call this a parts car due to the rust, and some -most of you in England or Germany would call this an easy project. I’m just going to call it cool and hope it finds a sympathetic new life somewhere.
Sprint info and register is here.