Most of the things that aren’t original can be easily fixed, which is good news. I noticed a lack of an oil pressure line to the tri-gauge. At least one of the right side clam shells has a bolt head instead of a cheesehead screw, but again, easily replaced. The radiator looks like it’s had a rough life.Agree the price is VERY high. Here are more pics and videos of the car.
Checked out the steering wheel and while I thought it would be a two spoke, the three spoke is correct for these.
This is a stunning Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Normale built in 1962. The Spider underwent a nut and bolt restoration in 2021 with the best partgetyourclassic.com
I also have many pics through the restoration process. It was quite extensive.
Truly appreciate your input.
Good pick-up. Yes, how does the mechanical oil pressure gauge work?Most of the things that aren’t original can be easily fixed, which is good news. I noticed a lack of an oil pressure line to the tri-gauge.
Right! It isn't that this is a bad car; as Barn101 says, its incorrect bits seem like they could easily be fixed. But the lack of a more complete set photos makes it hard to comment; a PPI would be prudent here. "$100,500 firm" does seem high for a Giulia normale with a less than concours restoration.That said, attention to those common AlfaBB-discussed details missing on it makes me wonder where else things were overlooked.