Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Brisbane, Australia
I’m not sure why you are so passive aggressive about this. Besides, your offering the car for sale. You should know what it might cost to restore in your location?
For the rest of us, there is very little information available in the pictures (too dark) to determine the real state of the metalwork.
I’m in the process of restoring (rebuilding) my Duetto. The previous comment about spending another $60k on parts and labor isn’t that out of touch. I’ve spent half that in parts and labor so far tearing my car apart to check every nook and cranny for rust..
My 2cents... Personally, I love this model and it was never available here in Australia. Given the amount of stuff missing, the amount of stuff present that will need completely restoring and the body which will need to be pulled apart and gone over with a fine wire brush - I wouldn’t pay more than $10k. The engine and body number would need to be confirmed by Alfa as would any sales title or whatever you guys call it over there so it could be exported cleanly - again just my 2cents.
It’s not my intent to offend - that’s what I would pay (and I would if there was help delivering to a shipper and providence etc)
'66 1600 Duetto | '73 1600 GTJunior | '03 156 1.9JTD Sportwagon | '11 Giulietta QV (wow, revelation) | I really don't need this many Alfa's...
Last edited by Craig_m67; 03-05-2019 at 04:36 PM.