Update September 15 2015: 54 is a lot of bids! $25,355 is decent money.
Giulia Spider 1600 10123*373466. This car is on eBay available out of Waynesville North Carolina. Seller says “At this time I am only interested in selling one car from my collection and this Alfa is the easiest to get out.” Neat collection and as good a criteria as any other I suppose for choosing which car to sell. Car is not too bad looking, could probably be put on the road with a couple weekends work if the engine and clutch are healthy.
Not a bad nose. Bumpers will need attention, or to be removed in pursuit of a sporty look. Good starting point.
This rocker looks a bit like it has some filler painted over. I could be wrong of course. Bears an in-person inspection. Lots of British vehicles in this collection.
This looks exactly like my old 1600 Spider did when I bought it. No cracks in the steering wheel. Did early 1600 Spiders have this style gauge?
For some this looks insurmountable, for others trivial. Classicalfa has most of the interior parts you need and for reasonable money.
Other than the smashed up passenger door, this car looks like you could get a fairly cheap respray, some new interior buts and have a decent looking weekend warrior.
I am going to guess the radiator will need re-coring. Dig the little pancake filter on the carb. The correct box is not cheap. Is that a 1300 head?
The good side. I bet this car would look pretty good if it was just detailed as is.
A good metal worker should be able to smooth that door out. Italian cousin TR4 beside it?