Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Lexington, Kentucky USA
BillyBob5, I am in total agreement with you. Truth in advertising, is the phrase used here, because the seller deserves to be made aware of all available information on his car, especially that which he truly does not know. And the buyer deserves to know what they are getting for their money. There's nothing wrong with that. And as far as this forum is concerned, I think the input so far has been constructive and informative, from several experienced Alfisti who KNOW the cars, and who speak with documented facts.
You posted and asked a reasonable question to begin with, and it deserves to be answered openly and completely, with transparency. Heck, I've busted many a knuckle over the years myself, and I know as well that old cars don't usually remain original, but a buyer deserves to know what is NOT original on a classic like this Duetto.
That's the value of places like the Alfa BB. It's not our money on the table, so let the information flow...
Lexington, KY USA