Less than invested: 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint


Anyone who has followed the market evolution of these Alfa Romeos of the 50s and 60s has certainly noticed that in recent years the number of good specimens to be restored has drastically decreased.


Surely there is still a good number of cars that need work, but more and more often they are just blocks of rust held together by a miracle, and their restoration is therefore often uneconomical or in any case too demanding even for those who know how to work in their own garage . This car instead seems a fair compromise.


The seller says that he has already invested about $ 30,000 in this car, we believe that this figure depends in part on the cost of acquisition and partly on the cost of many parts already purchased: sheet metal to be replaced (but we do not know if those purchased are sufficient to cover 100% of the needs of this Giulietta), various new spare parts and a car that seems substantially complete and ready for work. Find it for sale at $23,000 here in Paso Robles, CA.


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