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Here are some pics of an 86 Alfa Graduate that is for sale that were sent to me by the current owner. The guy apparently bought it a couple of weeks ago and now wants to sell it. He says it runs. He wants $1900.00. Is it worth making an offer on? Are Alfas in this condition worth $1900.00? He has no history on the car either, and the top is gone.
Thanks for any and all input.:confused:

http://images29.fotki.com/v291/photo...MG_1520-vi.jpg
http://images29.fotki.com/v1036/phot...MG_1521-vi.jpg
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http://images29.fotki.com/v320/photo...MG_1524-vi.jpg
http://images30.fotki.com/v38/photos...MG_1525-vi.jpg
http://images29.fotki.com/v1034/phot...MG_1528-vi.jpg
http://images30.fotki.com/v472/photo...MG_1529-vi.jpg
http://images29.fotki.com/v318/photo...MG_1530-vi.jpg
http://images29.fotki.com/v1036/phot...MG_1531-vi.jpg
http://images29.fotki.com/v333/photo...MG_1532-vi.jpg
 

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I can't get your picture links to open.

$1900 would be a good price for a decent, running Spider. Rust is the big killer. Check the sill &, floorpans carefully. They are the main sturctural strength of the car. The spare tire well also tends to rust.

A new top will cost between $200 & $500 depending on quality. D-I-Y will take a full day, not sure what an installer would charge. How is the interior/upholstery?
 
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