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1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Found in Tennessee

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1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta

Spotted in Savannah, Tennessee is a 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta for $37,500 USD.   This is an excellent candidate for restoration.  It is light blue with blue and white interior.  The seller states this is a USA model 10105 with California Black Plate that was last registered in 1979.  This car may actually be a 1959 model but was registered in 1961.  The seller has the original California registration paperwork.  Car was formerly owned by Joe Richardson in California. He raced Alfa Romeos and other cars in the 1960s and 1970s.  Has tool kit and spare tire with jack.  This car has never been apart or repainted.  This car needs a complete restoration.

The restoration was started, but stopped when the owner took the left driver’s window and left rear quarter window out of the car. The car comes with these parts, along with the chrome trim that was removed when the restoration was started years ago.

Videos, photos and a complete list of parts is available.

1995 Ferrari 348 Spider Found in Los Angeles

1995 Ferrari 348

Spotted in Los Angeles, California is a 1995 Ferrari 348 for $53,000 USD.  This is the last year of production for the 348.  The seller states this car has 32,500 miles with a clear car fax.  It has no accidents and has only 2 owners.    I am a big fan of the convertible spiders and it makes for a great summer beach ride.  The 348 spider was built between 1993-1995 with a total worldwide production of 1090 examples.  They had 8 cylinder engines good for 300hp!   

What do you think of this car?

1988 BMW M3 E30 Fire Damage

1988 BMW M3 E30

Anyone interested in a 1988 BMW M3 E30 with Fire Damage?   This M3 is VIN WBSAK0303J2197612 and has extensive fire damage.  The odometer can no longer be read.  The interios has melted.  The engine may or may not be rebuildable anymore.  Its a shame to see.  The original color was red with black interior.

Is anything salvageable?  What’s it worth?