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post #1756 of 1784 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 05:22 AM
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Here's the project car. It showed a sale at nearly $10,000, but here it is back. I have trouble believing that was a real bid.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Alfa-R...53.m1438.l2649

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Everything's coming up Supers: https://portland.craigslist.org/yam/...937572338.html
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That looks like a nice rolling restoration project, complete with "historic patina".

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post #1759 of 1784 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 12:36 PM
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I've seen that car for sale before, perhaps on CL, not sure.
I remember it now, the "10 hours to remove the carbs" comment. Really?
And lousy paint and home painted roof, not sure those count as patina. Still, might make sense.
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My 1975 Nuova Super 1300 for sale on the forum classifieds. Fun car, runs and drives, but far from perfect.


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It’s... interesting.
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This constant-flyer Berlina has had two price drops recently. If you can get ahold of the seller...
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto...960629180.html

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This constant-flyer Berlina has had two price drops recently. If you can get ahold of the seller...
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto...960629180.html

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I was just going to ask if anyone knew anything about it. I found a Giulia in Italy in a similar color and have been coordinating with the seller to have an acquaintance drive up from Rome and inspect it. I definitely want a Giulia over a Berlina but this has one factor going for it: it's already here.

Also, it says it's a US car but has euro sidemarkers? Later-in-life replacements or could this be a Euro car?

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1750 Berlina in Sicily on BaT: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/19...750-berlina-6/
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I did see this too.
Its interesting in that this car has the front signals body mounted below the headlight vs. the signal assembly mounted to the top of the bumper as all other 1969 European models I have seen. Body mounted front signals on Euro spec Berlinas did not come until 1971 in Europe and Canada. Maybe front nose was changed?

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I owned AR*1326426* and it had lights on the bumper. I'd put this car as built just after the August 1969 vacation, so maybe that's when the change came in?
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I still own 1969 Italian Spec. AR*1323058*, top mount bumper front signals. I also own a 1971 Euro spec Berlina with body mounted signal lights.

Could be a late 1969 production? Maybe Alfa ran out of top mount signal bumpers?

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I'd put it as August/Sept production, yes. In the US that would possibly make it a 1970 model year car, but I realize outside the US it didn't work that way. And there weren't any 1970 US cars.
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