Strange to say but after ten years of mining everything that was even barely restorable, something still pops up and attracts a lot of the attention of the miners.
This is the turn of a Giulietta SS – one of the blue chips in the classic car market – on which the 50% of the restoration work is done and it also, according to the seller – can boast a $ 21k paint job and indeed, from the photo, the one applied to this SS looks like a nice paint job except we are not sure this gunmetal gray is a factory color.
Therefore, the seller says that the car is complete with all its parts: engine, transmission, wiring harness, gauges, dashboard, pedals and pads, shift knobs, drive train, brakes, carburetors, fuel tank, pump, generator, radiator , air intake, fuel delivery, window regulators, fan & belt etc. in addition to the parts relating to the interior which, probably, still need to be restored. Find it for sale here in Washington, CT, with a b.i.n. price of $62,000.
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The advertisement lists the chassis number. I wrote to the lister, asking to verify the number. No response so far. You are correct, this sis not a factory color. Argento and Gray were the colors listed for this model. Perhaps the lister has some documentation from AR that this was a special order color. No way to know if everything is there an dwhat condition it is in, if you can not be ther to verify everth8ing.