This 750E Giulietta (chassis #1493E*23895) is one of the latest cars produced with that model tag: it has already some characters of the 101 series like the bigger headlights, different front grilles and heart along with a different engine code (106), but still it’s a Veloce.
The first impression which comes to mind watching the photos is of an extremely solid car: that’s quite impossible to spot any rust area, other than this the body looks straight: maybe because, as the seller says, this car had a partial restoration from a renown shop; that restoration was never finished also by the actual seller who has other project in his hands.
What we don’t understand exactly is why 750 has a 101 series Veloce engine: we would expect to see a type 1315 on a car like this; however, if you know a little bit the Alfa history, you’ll also know how “creative” could the production line be during those years. So, if you want to make this car as good as a concours car probably you don’t need to worry about the metal work: this is not a mission for the braves but just for whoever has enough time and money to make this car perfect in a quite short time. Find it for sale here in Hawthorne, CA, with bidding at $17,600 and reserve not met.