As it usually happens, the seller doesn’t say the production year of this car (but we suppose that this should be a ’62 or ’63 third series) which is said to be a one owner car: that would be an extraordinary feature for a 50 years old car.
Of course the “Rosso Arcoveggio” (Arcoveggio red) paint as long gone but the good is just that the car looks never repainted: the paint is faded and that is the perfect condition for anyone looking for a proper “survivor”. The general impression is of a very dry car buried for many years in some garage by its owner.
Interiors look complete as well as the body: the trims and the bumpers are all there along with the original “Torino” black plates, the engine bay looks old, of course, but very correct and complete. Not bad, not bad at all. Find it for sale at €25,000 (today $27,500) here in Catania, Italy.