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It's as rusty as an Alfa, though, so I'll allow it.

In all seriousness that's, at best, a parts car. I doubt there's anyone itching to restore a 128.

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That's not a coupe, that's a two-door sedan. The coupe was a totally different body.
I had a couple of these, love them, but would I restore one? I doubt it.
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My wife owned the four door version for several years. Great little car. Lots of room inside, and worked very well for zipping around town. Worked very well as well for skiing, as it could go anywhere in the snow. It just needed a good tuneup every 15k miles, on schedule, lol. It was capable of being driven great distances, such as to LA and back, and to DC and back. Replaced by a 78 Alfetta sedan, the one for sale near Boston now.
 

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A 128 SL coupe is a nice little car, and would make a great project for a young person to learn on. Or anyone for that matter
 
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