Open air project: 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint


This poor baby has so many problems that, if you look at it from the side, it doesn’t even look like a first series Giulietta Sprint, which it is.


That’s because, even though we clearly see that this car has more rust than metal, it also lacks of everything: the glasses all around are gone, interiors are gone as well with the exception of the front seats (which don’t even look original), no bumpers, no lights, nothing has survived but the engine, transmission and a beautiful steering wheel.


Actually the steering wheel looks like the most valuable part of the car: it is old for sure but it doesn’t look like a Nardi, we suppose that it could be a period Les Leston wheel which is rare and valuable. So, should to be almost crazy to afford all this unless you’re able to do – professionally – most of the metal work by yourself. If yes, find it for sale at $8,950 here in Los Angeles, CA.

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