Market 308: 750D project in Texas.

Giulietta Spider 750D 1495*03964.  This car is available now on the Alfa BB for the asking price of either $13,000 or $16,000.  Pretty decent starting point from a completeness standpoint.  Not sure about the price as I haven’t seen thorough pictures of the rust, the engine is not original and the car in Market 304 was better most-of-the-way-around for $13,200 and had a real Pininfarina hard top.

Front end is not bad.  Looks to have had some slight mishaps over the years.  I like this color and it is original to this car.

Some rocker rust can be seen in front of the rear wheel opening.  Hard top looks to be an aftermarket item -Pininfarina originals are a little more elegantly shaped.  Doesn’t look far from being a car you could drive though and that’s what these are for right?

Going somewhere?  Place trunk here on the trunk.  Looks like the beginnings of a dent on the trunk lid between the right tail light and latch.

Rust never sleeps, but it gets drowsy in warm dry storage.  There will be more.

Engine is Giulia Super item -good for vroom, bad for originality.  It is what it is.

If you’re in Texas and in the market for a Spider 750D project this may be just the thing for you.  Make an offer, bring a trailer, write some checks.  So it goes.

Haven’t put these in in a while -some previous sales:

2010 Spiders

2009 Spiders

2008 Spiders

It’s a blog, not Fox news -it’s supposed to be inconsistent and opinionated.


1 thought on “Market 308: 750D project in Texas.

  1. Hi Matt,
    When this car was up for sale, I contacted the seller about the hardtop. It was a fiberglass version, so not an original Pininfarina item as mentioned in the market review…


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