This 1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale (chassis AR380911) is in need of complete restoration but is believed to be largely complete apart from a missing OEM speedometer. The seller reports finding it outdoors underneath a tree, and considering its New England location it appears to be surprisingly solid. That said, rust is not entirely absent, with corrosion visible in both the rockers and floors. We’ve seen far worse examples brought back from the brink, and this one definitely seems worth the effort. Find it here on eBay in New Milford, Connecticut for $38k OBO.
Glass seems to be fully accounted for and in decent, salvageable condition–the driver’s door is still present but shown rolled into the door. Though rust is definitely an issue that will need to be tended to, we’re surprised the car is so well-preserved after spending what was likely several years outdoors in the harsh East Coast environment.
Seats aren’t shown and the seller says that if it’s not pictured it should be considered absent, however they also state that the car is complete apart from the missing speedo. Regardless, floors will need spot repair if not total replacement, ditto the rockers.
The engine is also shown, however grubby, open carbs suggest it may be equally grimy inside. No word on whether it still turns over, but regardless this one would seem to be deserving of a full restoration.