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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-07-2019, 01:03 AM Thread Starter
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105's for sale

Spotted this and two others
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-Alfa-R...WlvP:rk:2:pf:0
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Poor Car....

I'll take the ashtray please... )

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There should be a "do not disturb" sign on it..Punxsutawney Phil lives there.
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This should bring at least 20 grand on BaT.
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My guess is that someone has passed away and his heirs are ready to sell the property. But first they have to clear off dad's hoard of funny old cars.

The '71 has the desirable dash & console, as well as 14" wheels that accept hubcaps - parts unique to the 1750 series. But you'd need a time machine to restore that poor thing!

Kind of sad

FWIW, here's the link to the second '71 GT: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Alfa-Romeo-....c100005.m1851

And to the '74: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1974-Alfa-R....c100005.m1851

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These were on CL last week. I'm aiming not to do this to my family.
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Even mice refuse to live in it :-)
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In the age of $50K+ GTVs, every one of those cars is worth saving.
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Are those tail lights standard for 1750 series 2 in the States?
That is the 2nd car I’ve seen like that in as many weeks.
Just interested
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Are those tail lights standard for 1750 series 2 in the States?
That is the 2nd car Ive seen like that in as many weeks.
Just interested
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69s in the US had the small tail lights. 71s had the larger ones like the 2 liters.
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Where do you attach the tow rope, as to not pull them apart when extracting?

On the 74' I never knew Alfa fitted green carpets!

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Nice Touch

Anyone else notice what appears to be a left behind snake skin on the front seat of the silver one....nice touch.

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The only comfort I can take from seeing these is that none were Stepnoses; there still may be one for me out there, after all.

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The only comfort I can take from seeing these is that none were Stepnoses; there still may be one for me out there, after all.
Raimondo I shouldn't even say this but I have a 67 GTJr roller along these lines only better. I also have a 67 GTJr driver so I should sell it but I can't bring myself to do it : (

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From the description:

"Buyer is responsible for pick up of the vehicle from its current resting place, a task which may involve some swearing."
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