Update 3/13/12: Henrik from Sweden has found out the vin number. Turns out it is one of the very last Sprint Veloce’s -the last car is 350961.
Giulietta Sprint Veloce 10106 350633. Henrik and Frank both sent me a link to this car today, listed on a Swedish site with lots of cars for sale -mostly new. Text of the ad reads “Unique Alfa Romeo-62 in very good renovation condition. Super interior. Complete car with engine and gearbox. One of the few Veloce in Sweden. The car has been standing since -77.” Price is 85,000 which would be about 13 000 USD. Seller lists it as a 1962 750E, so either they are wrong about the year or model -looking at the pictures, I suspect it’s a late 10106.
One wonders if the paint was removed in 1977 or soon there after. Body is decent and straight. Sweden looks to have been a ‘side marker light’ country.
This is a late bumper, for use with the big square plate holder. Heck -one might just squirt a coat of paint on this and do what’s mechanically necessary to put it back on the road.
Repairs done or repairs to be done – probably a combination of both -only careful inspection will tell. I see the ghost of a ‘Sprint Veloce’ badge.
Ditto last comments. Weird repair by the wheel arch.
Good looking dash! Veloce gauges. Rear view mirror is what I usually think of as the ‘late’ type, but the parts book lists this type as starting with car 06600. I suspect it was a ‘what was on hand’ deal for a while.
I suspect this car has sold already, but who knows. If anyone catches the vin number let me know please!