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I assume the wife has said it must go. His plan is to be able to say "I did try dear, but gee we might as well keep it. We could sell your car". Her car of course is a modern boring mobile ;)

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Very strange. They have some decent cars but you would never know from the pictures. Check out the Alfasud Sprint Veloce: 1979 Alfa Romeo Sprint great every day driver! | eBay
Back to the blurry Alfetta, the mileage looks to be accurate (39K), uncracked dash, good seats. Odd that the headliner is so stained. This kills me (bold italics added by me): "This Alfetta is a solid and largely rust-free with areas of corrosion where the A-pillar meets the cowl and on the rear hatch where the lower glass meets the frame. Both areas are detailed in the photo gallery" If they're detailed in the photo gallery, I must have missed that. IMO it might be worth the price if that paint wasn't so faded (assuming it looks better than the pictures). Better hope the Giubo's are good as I think the 75/76's are the most difficult to find.
 

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Front end still jacked up to USA height, not the European spec.
 

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Very strange. They have some decent cars but you would never know from the pictures. Check out the Alfasud Sprint Veloce: 1979 Alfa Romeo Sprint great every day driver! | eBay
Back to the blurry Alfetta, the mileage looks to be accurate (39K), uncracked dash, good seats. Odd that the headliner is so stained. This kills me (bold italics added by me): "This Alfetta is a solid and largely rust-free with areas of corrosion where the A-pillar meets the cowl and on the rear hatch where the lower glass meets the frame. Both areas are detailed in the photo gallery" If they're detailed in the photo gallery, I must have missed that. IMO it might be worth the price if that paint wasn't so faded (assuming it looks better than the pictures). Better hope the Giubo's are good as I think the 75/76's are the most difficult to find.
I've got a couple of NOS front bumpers for the Sud.
 

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I've been to Okahumpka, FL. Last place I'd expect to see an Alfetta.
 

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Is this a 1975 or 1976 makes a HUGE difference. If it's 1976 then it's a hassle to SMOG. If it's a 1975 car a 75 1.8T engine would be a good transplant project
 

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