that's normal, no big dealI have been tempted to purchase a 1972 Alfa Romeo Gt 1750. Now it may seem to be in excellent shape in the photo though it does suffer from a cracked dashboard
normal, normal againbump in the front bumper, three small dents on body
NOT NORMAL! Before you do anything else, you need to determine how severe the rust is. From your description, it sounds like it could be pretty bad. When you say "running boards" do you mean rocker panels? The rockers are structural on a 105 Alfa.and both front running boards and oth rear wheel arches have been cut and welded again (due to rust). The paint is cracking in areas and rust is lifting the paint in other areas
The car may have negative value - i.e., it could cost more to fix its rust than the price of a car in better condition. Have an experienced restoration body shop assess the car before committing to purchase.What is the value of such a car in this condition?
In what country was it first delivered? Perhaps they didn't have a requirement for side markers back in 1972Why doesn't it have side indicators?
From one photo it is impossible to assess its appearance. The grille, bumper, and front fenders look OK. But I can't comment on the rest of the body, the interior, underhood, undercarriage, ......Is there anything wrong from its appearance?