Giulietta Sprint 750B 1493*06376. This car is available on eBay out of Oak Lawn Illinois. It is about as far apart as a Sprint can get and lacks an engine. Body has rust. Not terrible, but not trivial either. If this was in my neighborhood I’d be tempted by it -being a sucker for hard luck cases and all, and wanting a Series 1 750B quite a bit. A reader has 2 complete 1959 750B engines for sale in California at $5K each if you are considering this.
This has the little grill bar trims. Nose is pretty straight. Looks to have some corrosion in the lower edge.
Some dent and rust in the rocker here. Not too bad really. Hopefully it hasn’t eaten into the floor much.
These tail light openings are for the Lucas lights. Some corrosion and body damage along the lower edge. Decently straight car.
Positive ID. I guess it was always red.
Rust around the windshield lip will not be fun to repair. Looks to be a windshield in there.
I’m not sure whats up with the hole in the transmission tunnel. Maybe it was being modified for a split case box? I can see the hand pump still mounted under the dash next to the e-brake handle. Some good stuff. Two tachs there. Looks like turn signal trims in the bag. Engine was 05831. Anyone have it stashed away?
What is that, an MG rear end? Floor looks decent here. Those are the seat pans. Milk crates suck for parts – they are strong, but porous.
You could do better, you could do worse. At least your expectations will not be high and it will be a valuable car if fixed up well. Shipping on a dolly is not ideal, especially when there are hundreds of tiny bits that need securing.