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I have a GTV6 bolt in roll cage from an SCCA race car for sale for $300. It's in very good condition. The car was parted out and is long gone, but I have the cage and the SCCA log book with the cage's serial number, which is pretty cool because you can see a picture of the car that raced and know the history of the roll cage.

It's in excellent condition, and you could bolt it right in ( I don't have the bolts, but they are generic ). The only flaw is some corrosion on one of the rear feet. In my opinion it's not enough to worry about, but if you really wanted to you could cut it off and weld on another one.

Wife put it up on evil bay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Autopower-Racing-Rollcage-Alfa-Romeo-GTV6-bolt-in-with-SCCA-vehicle-logbook-4/231373814596?_trksid=p2047675.c100012.m1985&_trkparms=aid=444000&algo=SOI.DEFAULT&ao=1&asc=27538&meid=59e1eef595ce495d82508db64ed72b6d&pid=100012&prg=11353&rk=4&rkt=10&sd=231355097004

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Strangely we have had more questions about the log book than the actual roll cage. Anyway, the cage is still for sale. The log book shows a picture of the car, it shows that it raced from almost the time the car was new, mostly in Tx, La, and Ok.
 

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Nobody? The price is low, and it's in good condition. I suppose nobody is racing these cars anymore. I guess it has to go to the scrap guy. That's sad.
 
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