Update 4/6/12: If this car is worth $25,900 then the Giulietta market has fallen off a cliff. Admittedly the interior has some issues and the car probably photographs better than it actually is, but as far as Sprints likely to come on the market goes, this will always be in the 90th percentile. I just don’t think the privacy of an eBay auction ending at home when you are alone in your PJ’s sipping your favorite Rye waiting for your Sprint object of bidding to close has quite the same thrill as sitting in the RM audience with the lights, noise, booze and tits all swirling around you, taking larger and larger chunks out of your bank account as you try and out do the Donald Trump hair-do next to you.
Update 3/3/12: This car is now on eBay after a short ownership by someone in North Carolina. It looks as good as ever. The saga continues.
Update 3/15/11: This car sold through Fantasy Junction recently. Went for much more than the highest eBay bid. Is eBay on its way out?
Update 1/11/11: Back on eBay and looking for a new owner. This looks like a good one. Go for it!
Update 12/27/10: $20,101 after 28 bids with reserve not met. Disappointing really -I guess mine is worth a few thousand less than I thought -not that I want to sell it but, well , this car should have seen at least $28,000.
Giulietta Sprint 10105*20386, 1315*010370. This pretty good specimen of an interim Sprint is on eBay right now out of Southern California. Of note to me is that it is 7 cars later in production than my Sprint (20379) with the next engine number after mine (1315*010369) and also a USA market car by its 10105 prefix.
Well, there you go, a nice Sprint to fiddle with a bit and enjoy.