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http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/carsforsale/alfa_romeo/unspecified/516176.html

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According to the Registry (http://www.zagato-cars.com/en-us/pg_86.html) it was in Italy :cool: in 2002 "In dire need of restoration; stored out in the open" while the Hemmings ad states that "It was discovered in 2002 in original condition throughout. It must be the most original TZ one in existence ." Photos sure don't look like something that, according to the Registry in 2002, is in dire need of restoration.
 

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Neat car. I still have the mid 60's Alfa brochure showing that model as one of those available to the ordinary buyer. Yah, right.

The ad does say "restored".
 

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Guess then it was restored after 2002.
 

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I think these questions call for a personal inspection. :D Now, how do I make myself look like I don't care about the price - and have the money? :confused:

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I think these questions call for a personal inspection. :D Now, how do I make myself look like I don't care about the price - and have the money? :confused:

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Show up wearing that fancy hat of yours :D
 

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Show up wearing that fancy hat of yours :D
Ok, that may work... but if I go, will you join me? and would you bring the garage queen, and wear your fancy hat? :D After all, two heads (with hats) are better than one... ;)

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Those cars are so devastatingly gorgous! I wouldn't care if it was a complete fake, as long as I was driving it...

Gahhh!
 

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http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/carsforsale/alfa_romeo/unspecified/516176.html

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According to the Registry (http://www.zagato-cars.com/en-us/pg_86.html) it was in Italy :cool: in 2002 "In dire need of restoration; stored out in the open" while the Hemmings ad states that "It was discovered in 2002 in original condition throughout. It must be the most original TZ one in existence ." Photos sure don't look like something that, according to the Registry in 2002, is in dire need of restoration.
I believe Olczyk had some involvement with this car. Photos of the car (supposedly in unrestored condition) can be found on his web site.
 

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No, no. It's not that bad. More like half a meg. They vary a bunch due to the vast spread in "originality". I recently saw a beautiful and acknowledged fake for about 100k. The supposedly genuine, but not exactly complete, one in Chi Town recently sold for slightly less than 400K if memory serves. That said, all these cars are leaving our third-world nation for the solid currency of Europe, so prices are on the rise.

Another reason to vote for Ron Paul.
 

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Curious as to the pre-restoration price in 2002. It didn't look that bad except for a paint job.
 
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