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I'm trying to sell my '78 which I've gotten driving again after it was in storage for seven years. I'm asking less than I have into it, but it looks overpriced thanks to this:

1973 Alfa Romeo iniezione spider

That's a '73 "Barn Find" spider that's been in storage for 15 years for "ONLY" $2200. I bet you could talk him down.



My theory is that people see this one, that just needs to be refreshed after years of storage and wonder why they should put in the extra $900 for mine--not realizing that for mine, after only seven years, "refreshing" required $1500 in parts and seventy or so hours of labor.

I also hate looking at it when I'm browsing Craigslist because it appears to be a better candidate for restoration than my '78, but if I bought it, I'd be a candidate for remarriage.

It's a nice looking car, and I'd be willing to go check it out for rust and such. Those bumpers!! Just look at those bumpers!!
 
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