Consider yourself burned to a crisp!(...climbing into flame suit...) I don't think its horrible - seriously. The front bumper is a pretty good fit and flows with the car. (... its getting kinda warm...) I wonder if that is custom or taken from some mid-sixties Detroit iron. I think I would take that over the series 2a rubber bumpers. And removing the rear bumpers accentuates the boattail that we all love. (... are those flames I see...) I have never been a huge fan of the body color dash so the brushed aluminum facia might be a clean alternative (beats stick on wood grain). (...do I smell something burning...)
Finally the automatic. Not my choice but a guy would have to spend some serious time transplanting a Chevy motor and auto. If done properly it could be a reliable alternative to dropping a tired 2L with carbs and a grinding trans. (...oh the humanity...).
I'm not a fan of Model A Fords but my brother is and he cringes everytime I remind him that a hot rod Model A is worth 10x what his fully restored rumble seat roadster is worth. Maybe $15k is light... Ok, now I am kidding...
automatic - that is quite interestingThis is one for the books. Anybody knoiw anything about this thing?
Seems to me, I've seen that ad before. . . I wonder what the deal is? I've acquired a good used 1969 motor with trans & SPICA fi that would probably be more at home in that alfa. . .This is one for the books. Anybody knoiw anything about this thing?