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Sedans are coming out of the woodwork. There is a 73 Berlina on SF CL with roll bar, no back seat. From the description I don't recognize it, but will check my database Monday. Not my car, etc.
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Another of those rare "Alfa Romero"s - the fact that a seller can recognize it gives me great confidence (as does the roll bar!)
 

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The tan car at Camissa I've known of for some years. It used to be a decent beater/driver, but the owner before Camissa took it up a couple notches. Looks really nice.
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oh wow , what a classic color , must of cost mr camissa a little over 20 geez to do it right , thats a bargain . 11 000 euros....good money for 1969 modell ,belgium collectors will buy this, odd colors do better,. thank you.
 

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Beige cava is a great color. Even when neglected some years ago, the Camissa car was very solid and not rusty.
I emailed re the Redwood City car with "row bar" but got no response yet.
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Andrew, be sure to check the piston return springs and the blinker fluid on that Alfa Romero with the row bar.
 

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The cheap car with roll bar is gone from CL, so presumably sold. Anyone know who bought it?
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I recently spotting a beige 73/74 Berlina with rubber bumpers parked behind a house/business in Potrero Hill. Pretty tired, but clearly running and registered.
 

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Active shops?

Never seen so many offerings of cars from Alfa Center or Camissa. There was another South Bay shop that had a couple of nive GTV's, priced at 35 and 50k respectively. Haven't seen them offered lately. Guess its the economy?
 

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Actually the other way around-a lot of Alfa's, and nice one's at that, have been for sale in the Bay Area recently. Let's face it, no one really wants to unload a sweet GTV or Guilia Super if they don't have to...my Spider on the other hand, that is more easily expendable.
 
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