I am interested to get the car and bring it to my home country, France.
Can you please confirm engine and chassis numbers?
Was any bodywork carried out when the car was resprayed from bare metal a few years ago? Hard (not to say impossible) to find a non-restored Giulia having no rust at current time...
Would you have any pic of the side showing the wheels, another of the dashboard taken from the front, rear seats and the floors (front cockpit & boot)? Any pic of the underneath? And finally of the maintenance bills?
Are all electrics working well?
Anything needing a fix on the car at current stage?
Aloha, the nearest Harbor would be Rotterdam or Antwerp. I have had the fuelfilters replaced about 2 years ago by my friend who is specialised in oldtimers. He also did small maintenance like oil and coolant changes. I have all the documents you need to register the car. Also, this Alfa has been in the US originally until 1994 and has remained original since then, so technically this is an US standards GTV. This means there will be no problems getting it on the road in Hawaii. The color is original, Olive grey metallic. Yes, there is a very good and friendly classic Alfa parts (new and old) dealer about 20 minutes away from my home. If you have trouble finding parts in Hawaii (which I can imagine), I would be happy to collect the parts you need to keep the GTV in top condition in the future (like airfilter, oilfilter, spark plugs and so on). At this point though my GTV needs nothing but a new enthusiast to drive it.
Aloha Zowie your nearest harbor is? when was the last time fuel filters were changed? u have documentation that would pass us vehicle standards? do you have an Alfa mechanic that does the work?
is that oridginal color? is there a spare part alfa dealer near you?
mahalo for your time