This car has been sold new in Italy and there it remained until it was raced and so became the Italian Historic championship winner in 1990.
It’s a Giulia SS from 1963 which, of course, has been naked to make it lighter; few things remain in its interiors which, if you want to bring it back to road standards, has to be redone buying or finding basically everything: the very good new here is that the car is equipped with a beautiful and rare, period correct, Franco Conti steering wheel.
From the outside the car looks quite solid and in good condition; of course you’ll never know if and how much molding hides under the paint until you bring the body to bare metal, but that’s is true for every car, even the most beautiful. The wheels are very nice but not original; so far no chassis/engine number so everything still have to be verified but still this is the cheapest SS seen for sale in the last couple of years. Find it for sale here in St. George, Utah, with a b.i.n. price of $45,000.