This rare Flavia Zagato is one of the few unrestored specimens still around, unfortunately in this case “unrestored” doesn’t mean “survivor”: it actually needs a deep restoration.
The seller says that this is a typical barn find: the car has been stored since at least 25 years ago and, of course, never run since then. Probably the previous owner wanted to restore it but something went wrong. The car is said to be complete with the exception of the rear screen, the owner says that he is still searching it as it should be somewhere in the barn.
The engine is stuck but that’s not a big issue as long as it should have been disassembled anyway in order to do a proper restoration. The floors are said to be solid as well as the trunk, the interiors look complete and the seats are in way better conditions than the rest of the car is. Anyone who think to buy this car, restore it and make a profit is advised: this is not a cheap job. Find it for sale at €32,000 (today $33,500) here in Luzarches, France.