guess I would have expected the owner to promote that it is a no-reserve auction, and fuss more about the price, never mind, carry on, no more comments from meYou can tell it is a European model because there are no rear side marker gumdrop marker lights. A few quick things I noticed, the trunk has bondo cracking through, the brake booster is missing, but there is nothing to call the car bogus, so I don't know where that question originates from.
Explain yourself soccersimon, are you becoming a crotchity olde alfabb member, do we need to talk over a Lonestar and get you less jaded? Lighten up amigo.
Absolutely, thanks for the tip. Anything other than perhaps a very small amount of rust is not something I am interested in dealing with. Ideally I'm looking for a car that might not be perfect now, but I can keep running for 5-10 years and invest in over time to work it toward perfection. I value originality, and it appears this car has most of the important parts. I'm a recent MBA graduate, so I figured a Duetto would be a fitting car...Jarrett;
Beware the rust worm covered by bondo in the sills and the trunk lid (it may have come off some other car, who knows)has been hit so look for crumpling inside the trunk. Look at the floor carefully also. Otherwise, best of luck. For the right price it will be fun.