Update 1/3/12: I have it on pretty good word that the car sold for $5500.
Update 12/14/11: Auction was pulled. An off eBay deal?
Update 12/5/11: Giulia Spider Veloce 10118*390672. She’s a Veloce!
Kip sent me a link to this Spider on eBay when it was first posted with the caption ‘car in a barn, without the barn’. Pretty good description. Car has a Pininfarina hard top guaranteeing it will sell for at least $1500. Even the optimistic optimist in me thinks this is a parts car.
You can bet the left side of this car is REALLY rusty. Looks like a reasonable car that got left for some reason and expired while waiting for it’s masters return. What am I saying, buy this, fix it, run it. Vroom!
Was there Bourbon involved? Grand theft auto? A murder mystery for sure -but no humans died. Sad. If it was in Oakland I’d be a contender…
That rocker stopped putting on pretenses about being a rocker sometime in the late 1980’s. Hey -an original hardtop!
Slight rust in drivers corner of trunk. Would be funny to hook up a battery and see what works.
Really odd how ghostly. Would be funny if there was a McDonald’s bag with an undecomposed (composed?) cheeseburger in it. (You’ve all heard the story right??)
The pulse quickens, the blood boils, the rust pauses, looks up, shrugs and goes back to eating. A Veloce?? Definitely a 101 1600 engine…
If it’s a 1600 Veloce, it may actually be worth the hassle of saving this guy. I need to make an ‘unpreserved’ category.