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I'd like to see the 'Wheeler Dealer' guys sort this one out. 😁
 

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It WILL be a six figure car because it'll take that much to restore it. Where's Beverly Hills Car Club when you need them?
 
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Seller didn't miss any details in the description:

" I'm assuming that the driver perished in the crash, because the keys were still in the ignition (in the "on" position) when the previous Seller found it. I subsequently purchased it directly from him. "
 

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Wow, that poor Alfa is trash - not one single body panel seems to have escaped damage. Strangely the center grille looks OK (but probably isn't). The idea of restoring that thing is laughable. Even as a parts car, the drivetrain may be the only thing of value.

I like how the ebay seller points out that it's a complete car. Yes, all the parts are there, but few appear usable!
 

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Interestingly there is no "make offer" posted.
He's just trying to get his money back..
The guy that sold it to him should get the "salesman of the year" award.
 
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