It’s not easy to stumble in such survivor car, but here it is. The seller says that this car was delivered new in Sicily, then it went to Rome. The Roma plate is from 1952. About 64 cars like this were made by Pininfarina coachworks, today it’s difficult to estimate how many still live.
This is what we call “patina”. The seller says also that this car is registered with a light grey paint at the R.I.A.R (Alfa registry) and that interiors and paint were redone in mid ’80’s.
Just like the seller says, interiors look more fresh than the rest of the car which, at last, could be still classified as “survivor” as no major work has been performed on it till now. The price level of this car is important (especially for beggars like us) but, as we can see in these days another car like this (fully restored) with an asking price of €400,000, we think that the asked €170,000 (today $229,000) are fair. Find it for sale here in Verona, Italy.