Giulia Sprint Speciale 10121*38XXXX. This car is on eBay right now. It is among the worst maybe sort of still viable cars I’ve had the pleasure of writing about. I saw this car in person maybe 8 years ago in southern California. I have some pictures somewhere from then, but can’t seem to find them. It is very rusty, and very crunched. Come to think of it I sourced the hood for this car that you see on it and I a few other parts. Netflix or Amazon should sponsor a show rebuilding a car in this condition. Anyhow.
Incomplete, rusty and crunched. Any one of those three is a challenge. Any two should give one pause, and three should cause one to run a four minute mile in the opposite direction forthwith. At least it has its drivers side marker light.
I expect it would be difficult to achieve this level of busted up. Lots of little bits if you’re restoring an incomplete SS.
Where is the cheap labor these days? Was Poland and Portugal a few years back. I would have stuck a rear tire on this if I was selling.
All the window surround trim is present – that’s something.
Seller says there is an engine on a pallet – check the number of course. What fun.