Update 4/17/13: 1 bid, $25,000, sold. I suspect this will turn out to be a well bought car.
Update 2/2/13: No sale at $24,101.69. I am thinking they would probably like to get at least $30K.
Giulia Sprint 10112 353030. This late Sprint is on eBay out of Mass. It looks pretty good in the pictures -well except for some mismatched looking paint on the lower edge of the doors, but I’ve talked to a previous owner and they assured me this was a sold car. I usually say it, but here it is again -I like these late Giulia Sprints -there’s a something neat about the fact that this is an 11 year old design when it was made, and only probably continuing to be made to use up parts.
Has all the good points I usually mention -shut lines, straight trim etc. See what I mean about the paint on the lower door edge and on the rocker? I am assured that it was totally solid and just had some paint lifting, probably due to poor prep.
I really do like white. Maybe mine in white?
This door is even worse. My Glas GT has the same thing -there is only light surface rust on the lower edge of the door, but it lifted a lot of paint.
Pretty nice interior. I have an extra interior set int his color, but with gray inserts. May be selling…
Queue James Bond theme or is Herb Albert’s ‘Whipped Cream’ a better choice. This interior has the look of things that get better with careful use. I like.
I’ll let commenters say what they think here -looks like surface rust to me…
I bet someone has contemplated buying this car to get the tool roll. You could probably repaint the door areas, detail the car, provide better pictures and make money besides keeping the tool roll.
Looks okay. Has the correct hose clamps at least.
I think it’s probably a good buy, but I doubt it can be had for less than $30,000 -if not more.