Giulietta Sprint 750B 1493*07473, 1315*06684. This late second series Sprint 750B is available in the UK on eBay. Price is about $28,000 with 32 bids as I type. It was originally a Mexico market car, so would have been partially assembled by Willys Overland – in one of those “make work” trade deals Alfa had in a few countries. This car looks to have a well applied coat of paint and presents pretty well, but many parts are missing, some quite tricky to locate, that the seller hopefully has – I would get a list before buying. Not the best pictures either, unless you are the kind that can buy a car based on eight similar shots of the nose.
Front trim looks good at this distance. Rims will need painting. Windshield trim is missing. Not easy to find in good shape if you need it.
Hard to tell whats going on in the engine compartment. No air cleaner, build plates, high beam relays, latch etc. Assume you will have a lot to do. Nice thing is the engine number matches.
That’s a 750 Spider or pre Sprint 06611 front grill. Hood fit looks pretty good.
More numbers. Look at how thick the dust is on the dip stick tube.
I didn’t know you could cram so many wrong things in the same picture. Hopefully the Kenwood cassette deck doesn’t have a custom hole cut to fit it. Headlight switch is Lucas? I couldn’t go 5 minutes with beige vinyl on a Sprint dash top. Would be the first thing I did to it.
Someone went crazy polishing the sill trim. Actually managed to remove the pattern figured into the metal.
Nice tan carpet.