RossD
RossD PowerDork
7/7/15 11:59 a.m.
Craigslist Ad said: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto/5110752098.html

From the ad:

RARE - Orignal, ONE OWNER since NEW 1962 FIAT GT GHIA FOR SALE.

125, 000 ORIGINAL MILES!!!!!

ONLY SOLD IN EUROPE and one of ONLY 925 TOTAL CARS PRODUCED Between 1962 -1967 making this indeed a VERY RARE AUTOMOBILE. THIS CAR WOULD BE A PERFECT CANDIDATE for the MILLE MILLE Historic Races and WIll surely appreciate in value, excellent condition restored examples hovering in the high 30Ks range currently.

HISTORY: This Ghia was personally shipped over from his home in Torino Italy in 1963 to the East Coast where he lived and worked. This car has been with him his whole life and finally, per his wife's demands "HAS TO GO!"

CONDITION: See the pics- the car was in running condition up to a year ago. It has been serviced for last 30 years by Imported Motor Service here in the City on 14th Street. Call or stop by and Talk to Angelo for Verification of cars condition and working order.

Car does need work but is a solid contender for restoration and almost everything is there. Owner has interior door and dash panels. Does need new carpet, and body should be stripped rust removed and repainted etc. Again See pics. Engine does run well. Needs a new battery and Ignition key, but did run last year. Suspension is good, steering is tight and alignment is straight. Brakes are good. Lights work, Needs tires. no wiper blades. Owner is available for questions from serious buyers. Car can be seen upon request. Please feel free to call Patricio @ show contact info and he will answer or leave message and he will return your call. He does not have smart phone so will return your call old school. thanks

Woody
Woody MegaDork
7/7/15 12:56 p.m.

Even with its needs, I think that is a bargain.

petegossett
petegossett PowerDork
7/7/15 1:42 p.m.

In reply to Woody:

wearymicrobe needs to pick that up ASAP and ship it up to Jumper K. Balls to give it the full treatment!

markwemple
markwemple Dork
7/7/15 2:56 p.m.

Oh god I did not need to see this. Anyone want a Porsche 996?

chuckles
chuckles HalfDork
7/7/15 5:51 p.m.

So, what would it cost to do it right? $100,000?

EvanB
EvanB UltimaDork
7/7/15 6:08 p.m.
chuckles wrote: So, what would it cost to do it right? $100,000?

That sounds like a question for Mr. Balls.

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