Update 2/14/12: The auction reached $17,000, stalled for a few days then was ended early -cancelled really, so no record of it’s listing is on eBay, the it was relisted. I don’t really think it’s correct or complete enough the get much past (or even realistically see) $20,000 and they are hoping to get $24,750 out of it.
Update 2/4/12: This car has found its way onto eBay. Same pictures, same etc. Description calls it a daily driver.
Update12/16/12: Hard top is not an original.
Giulietta Spider 750D 1495*04335. This car is available now from Beverly Hills Car Club for $26,500. It’s a good looking car at first flush, but a lot is not original, incomplete and funky. Would make a good non-originali starter car.
Bright-work out front looks good. Hood looks ajar or the gap is bigger than usual. No wipers installed.
Looks like a factory hardtop. Worth probably $3000. Bumper is a 101 item from ’59 on. A little chrome needs chroming. Paint has some issues back here.
Seats look like the stuffing has gone out of them. Floors are recently painted black. Not a bad place to start, but not great either. Lots to do.
00548 type engine. 1750? Disk brake car master cylinder is incorrect. Plastic fan is incorrect. Odd spot for the coil. Sort it out.
Lots of wetness. Positive ID.
This is a testament to how interchangeable Alfa parts are. Not much is as it was on this car and yet it looks okay and probably runs okay too. Hard top is a definite plus, but doesn’t save this car from being a funky bitsa.