Giulietta Sprint 750B 1493*06248, 1315*05668. This jigsaw puzzle of a Sprint is on eBay out of Dallas. Bumpers excepted it looks somewhat complete at first glance (Lionel is going to ask me to define complete again) but you have to wonder how useable all the parts are. Some metal repair has been done, the quality of which is near impossible to determine without seeing it in person, but if you go into this assuming a lot of it will be redone to meet your very high standards, you can just pretend it still has gaping rust holes. Pete’s has this car listed with a, $11,500 sticker price. Not a bad deal for someone who already has one of these under restoration.
One wonders at the 56 year road that now sees this car stripped of parts and in primer in a gravel parking lot in Dallas. Doesn’t look too bad from this angle if you are not afraid of fasteners.
Engine number matches. Does this mean anything for these cars?
The rest of the numbers.
Wrong wheels. Big deal? Not really. Mmmm wires hanging out of trunk.
An attempt has been made to replicate the structural ribs in the floor. Caulking around the seams hides the weld quality.
Same comments. There are some underside shots on the sellers website that make me think this was a pretty rusty car.
Those look like the wrong turn signal lenses, though I’m pretty sure they will fit in the rubber bases. I need that tail light trim ring! I have some nice dark red tail light lenses to trade.
Sweet. Polished valve cover.
Ask yourself if this is where you want to spend your next couple thousand hours and 1000’s of dollars working on cars… if the answer is yes, dive right in.