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- Without seeing the car - ideally in person, but certainly in pictures - there is no way to give an intelligent appraisal.

- At this end of the market (e.g., the low end) appraisal really gets "loosey-goosey". Prices depend less on the car and more on how enthusiastic the prospective buyer is to take on a restoration project and how motivated the seller is to clear out their garage.

As you describe it, this car has negative value: there's no way you could restore it for less than its market value when complete. It would be cheaper to buy a good, finished Giulietta. It might have some value as a parts car, but not as a restoration project. Restoration can be fun - I'm not trying to talk you out of doing it - but you can't apply economics to a project like this.
 
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