Lately it’s not easy to find interesting classic cars for sale, especially for picky guys like we are. However, luckily someone, many years ago, thought to leave cars like this in a barn, just to let them being discovered many years later.
This 1962 Appia cabriolet was one of the few made by Vignale which is arrived to us in tired conditions, however it’s complete and quite healthy, considering that the seller says that the car remained in a barn since the end of the seventies.
The seller says also the the engine turns like, basically, every moving part of the car. There are ten photos and one only of the undercarriage whick looks a bit rusted but without any sign of critical issues. It is, finally, a very good basis for a total restoration, also considering the asking price. Find it for sale at €5,000 (today $6,700) here in Trevignano Romano, Italy.