This very early Giulia Sprint GT is said to have been stored more than 40 years ago and never used since. It has been beaten by the years but it has still maintained its shape.
The first thing we see is that, sometime in the past, someone attempted to give the car a more modern look on the nose by installing the three bars grill of the GT Veloce: at least that’s a minimal modification which has basically no impact on the restoration cost. The engine seems the original one as long as the interiors.
In the trunk there are a spare aluminium sump (called “racing” and, indeed, it seems a custom made sump) and a spare fuel tank. Glasses are all ok and, basically, the car is ready to be restored without any important component missing. Find it for sale here in Long Beach, CA, with a starting bid of $15,000.