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Selling a beautiful 1973 Giulia 1300 Super.

Fitted with a 2 Liter engine and a 2 Liter rear-axle (with sper), yellow Koni's and almost new 15" TZ replica wheels. The car is lowered a bit and has really good Pirelli P6000 tires, which makes this Giulia a great sporty car to drive. It's fast and makes a lot of noise (the kind we like).

Original color combination (Hawthorn white with black skai interior). Sold new to Livorno and imported to Belgium in 2002 (according to Marco Fazio).

Bodywise this Giulia is in extraordinary condition. Very well preserved, great paint with all chrome parts in really good shining condition. The doors fit very nicely, floors original, rust-free trunk, front valance solid, original rockers very solid (welding points visible).

The interior is in good condition, only the bottom of the drivers seat has some light patina, but nothing serious.

Technically this car is fast and reliable, the engine is very good, no strange noises or blue/white smoke. Smooth gearbox (no problems with second/third) and the diff functions smoothly as well. The brakes are fine too.

All necessary paperwork is with the car.

I have sold a few cars to other BB members in the past and this has always been a great experience. If you have any questions about shipment, don't hesitate to ask. I will help any way I can.

Shipping costs will start at $800 for the eastcoast, probably around $1500 for the westcoast.

Price: €17.500

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For more information you can send an email to: [email protected]
 

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I purchased a car from Rodrick this past year. He understands the process very well on how to get a car to the U.S. Really nice guy to deal with. My transaction was seamless and my car was shipped to east coast. I shipped mine by container and the shipping company we worked with was excellent. Nice looking car.
 

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That's $23700 in US greenbacks + $1500 shipping pegs it at $25200. What other charges are associated with import of this car? Pictures of interior, engine bay and some under body shots would greatly advance the cause here....
 

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FYI, the "Unificata" 1.3 & 1.6 Supers of 1972-1974, unlike earlier, are identical except for the engine and diff (1.3 w/ 4.78, 1.6 w/ 4.56). They are also slightly downscale trim-wise from earlier Supers. Some nice extras here like TZR wheels, earlier whisker dir repeaters and hood spear. And Depending on your taste a 2L w/ matching diff (sper = LSD).

FYI2. Shipping to Gulf Coast is about $2300 (WW RoRo), ISF filing by broker $125, TWIC escort $35, Custom's now being charged @ 2.3%. About $2700. If you get a broker at either end, add that.

I just sold a white one, 2L, 4.30 very much like this +/-.
 

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The Euro is at modern lows right now at 1.25 or so. That makes about $22k. Plus S&H. Good luck in thew sale.
 

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That's $23700 in US greenbacks + $1500 shipping pegs it at $25200. What other charges are associated with import of this car? Pictures of interior, engine bay and some under body shots would greatly advance the cause here....
You might want to read my post #13...http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alfa-romeo-topics-not-covered-elsewhere/362345-importing-car-europe-usa.html...
also you DMV will get you on sales tax for your state... and it's hard to sandbag that.
 
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