Hi thanks for looking. The listing is for an Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Super 1300, that I have owned for several years. I don't know a lot about the history, other than it came from Italy quite a few years before I bought it as a project. With pressure of work etc it is not something I will have time to renovate any time soon, so I have decided to sell.Body - for one of these the shell is simply excellent. There is very little rust of any sort and it does not require any significant welding - floors, sills, wings, chassis rails really are excellent. It will need the odd peripheral repair - things like the bumper bolt holes on the rear quarters where they have become enlarged, the odd panel edge where a seal has been sitting, one corner of the boot lid - but in the grand scheme of car restoration, very little. There is the odd knock (hardly surprising for an Italian car) and a minor dent will need sorting out in the bumper/valance area on the n/s/r.Doors - this is the main issue. It came with none when I got the car and I bought the blue ones WHICH ARE PROPPED IN PLACE in the pictures. They have had repairs (but to a good standard and are rust free) but have come from a damaged car, so repairs will be needed here and there. The only reason they are not fitted to the car is because I don't have hinges and catches to hang them. There are assorted fittings but not enough to do the job.Mechanics - everything is complete and the under bonnet area looks original and untouched. I have had the engine running in the past and it sounded okay to me. There are Gold Lodge plugs fitted which I don't think have been available for quite some time. I have not driven it because the clutch arm at the bulkhead needs attention - the end sheered when someone got in the car and tried to operate the clutch with a seized slave cylinder. It's simple enough to sort out - just needs stripping and either the linkage rewelding or replacing. Suspension and brake parts all look in good original condition, but naturally would need an overhaul.Wheels/tyres - good, straight and clean condition. A very old set of matching Michelins are fitted - clearly in need of replacement! The original wheel brace in a bag is present which is quite nice. The spare wheel is missing however!Interior - It is all pretty much there and usable, but definitely on the side of tatty. There are two of the 4 door cards in the boot plus a several door handles and winders. A nice stainless radio blanking plate is present. Headlining is good but needs a clean.Paperwork - not a lot. I have an official dating letter from Alfa Romeo which could be used to register. The car was in the country long before NOVA so you'll need to work out what to do about that as I'm not an expert on how it works now.Pictures - plenty more available.I think that's about it. Buying this could save literally thousands of pounds worth of welding a rotten car. Completion of the sale is required within 14 days and payment via bank transfer is preferred. Definitely NO PAYPAL.Questions? feel free to email.On 20-Sep-21 at 22:15:49 BST, seller added the following information:
I have added another listing with some pictures of some of the underside - please see my other listing for an Alfa Romeo wheel nut...
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