Giulia Sprint Speciale 10121*381151, 00121*01052. Fantasy Junction, a respectable local to me seller of high end sports cars has this SS listed in their inventory, price: POA. I don’t think I’ve ever seen them use this pricing convention – maybe it has something to do with last weekends rigmarole in Monterey and they didn’t want to be caught out if pricing moved in leaps due to an auction result. I didn’t make it to Monterey – opting rather to hang out with my dad. Any big Giulietta sales go down?
That is a great color on an SS. So tempted to make an unflattering comment about Toyota dark metallic gray – better let it go though. This car sits well, everything is where it belongs, and I am excited to go check it out in person – maybe they will let me test drive – who knows. Anyone have POA I can borrow?
Polish and circumstance. Slightly more unconstrained harness wires than usual, but who is counting? Red ignition wires are dramatic in the Monday night football sense of the word. It’s a lot of work to get the engine compartment of one of these this tidy. Where did that valve cover begin life?
Pray you never have to change a tire on this car – you would risk soiling the interior. I’d have a pair of white leather driving shoes to wear while piloting this. They could be stored in a white leather Valextra case next to my white leather driving gloves.
Where beauty and practicality part ways. But then, for the man who has everything, shedding practicality may feel like an acquisition.
And the part of the car most motorists will see as they realize they were not being overtaken by a dark metallic gray Yaris -but rather something from the alternate reality future of their childhood they thought was never going to happen. Shoot – was hoping to avoid that – especially coming from a guy who was going to paint his SS this color. I think Richard painted it a lovely blue. I had a neighbor with a Ferrari 365 GTB (pardon if it was a 330 or some other numbing nomenclature) that was Camry beige/gold. god I loved that color.