Giulietta Sprint 10105 1493*21069. Bring a Trailer has this car listed as an exclusive for a long time owner. A good portion of the paint is original Amber White, interior is original. Engine was rebuilt 30 years ago to Veloce spec though aside from manifold and carbs, a cold air/filter system needs to be purchased. Asking price is $23,500. A bit high by usual Sprint project standards, but this is no ‘usual’ Sprint project. A Sprint buyer looking for originality, no rust, black plates, complete history etc will have no problem paying for this. I suspect it is sold as I write, but I want to share this beauty with any Giuliettas readers who are not BaT readers.
Door panel looks very nice. One of the best originals I’ve seen. The door sealing rubber living against the paint at the doors edge has discolored it. Should polish out for the most part. I’m not sure why but these door pulls are hard to find and tend to be expensive when they come up for sale.
Original trunks were in black just like this -not some smooth sprayed on black with a fancy finish and body color accents -the junior intern at Bertone brushed this stuff on -unfortunately over bare metal and it offers very little protection. Spare tire clamp is in one of the boxes pictured on Flickr. I wonder if it has a tool kit?
Manifold is 101 Veloce. Carbs are probably 40 DCOE 2’s. Oil pan is Veloce. Pressure plate is reinforced. Has ‘hot’ cams, if built in the early 80’s this could mean anything from Pittatore to Euro 1750 to 2000. Unfortunately this has to come apart, fortunately for nothing more than a re-assembly lube and reseal.
You know you want it. You wont regret it. This car running and driving and detailed out if listed at Fantasy Junction would be near $50,000. Money to be made here if that’s your thing… really.