This 1963 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Spider was stored in a barn for many years and it is in rough shape. With a torquey twin-cam, smooth-shifting gearbox, and good handling, these were great driving cars in their day.The current owner can no longer store this Giulia so they have decided to part ways with it. It is being offered here on eBay with a supposedly “low reserve”. Read more »
Restoring any car can be a time consuming and expensive venture, hence the reason there are so many unfinished projects on the market. The previous owner of this 1969 Maserati Ghibli had it for over 30 years and at some point decided to have it restored. Before the project was started, they changed their mind and undertake the task themselves. It has yet to be completed, but includes most of the parts needed to finish the job. Find it here on eBay where bidding starts at $10k. Read more »
We all recognize Bill Cosby because of his comedy, but did you know that he also has a taste for fine European automobiles? This 1974 Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2 was part of Bill’s collection at one time. But, does that make you want it any more than any other 365 GT4? Find it here on eBay out of San Antonio, Texas where bidding starts at $37,500. Read more »
Every car guy should own at least one Alfa in their lifetime. Pre-war Alfa Romeos may best represent the marque’s rich racing heritage, but their post-war mass-produced offerings provided a driving experience that few cars from the era could match. The combination of twin-cam power and agile handling made for a car that seemed far ahead of its time. This Giulietta Spider has supposedly been off the road since 1983, but we are hopeful it can be brought back into service. Find it here on eBay in Orlando, Florida.
The Ferrari purists out there will likely cringe at the comparison of this 1968 Fiat Dino with their beloved Prancing Ponies, but this Fiat is actually very closely related to Ferrari’s Dino. Sure it’s not mid-engined, but the engine is nearly identical and many of the parts are interchangeable. This one was discovered in an airport hangar where it has been stored for the past 23 years. It appears to be in solid shape and can be found here on eBay.
UPDATE: We have updated the story with more photos and an update of the car’s status.
Tom Farrell lives outside of Charlotte, North Carolina, in the land of NASCAR, muscle cars, and hot rods. All his friends drive Mustangs and Camaros, but he has always been more attracted to foreign cars and sports cars. “I always wanted to drive something a little bit different than all my friends drive,” he says. Read more »
When I first saw a submission from reader Jim S for a Fiat 850, I thought it was going to be another run of the mill 850 Spider. While the Spider is a fun little car, it isn’t all uncommon. I went ahead and looked and what I found was a ’67 850 Coupe. There aren’t many of these Coupes left here in the States. This one was found in a barn, where it had been parked for the past 40 years. It can now be found here on eBay with a $1,295 starting bid.
If you thought the Fidia was at all interesting, then you will want to see this. It doesn’t look like much, but this is a very rare 1967 Ghia 450 SS. Unfortunately it sustained some damage back in the 80s and has been off the road since. Just like the Iso, this Ghia combines an Italian body with American V8 power, but this one is much more desirable. The owner knows it too and has priced it accordingly here on eBay.
What would happen if you took the dive-train out of the Corvette from earlier and shoved it into an Italian sedan? It would probably look something like this Iso Fidia. This one has sat for the last 20 years so it needs work, but is claimed to run great after having the fuel system cleaned out. The car is located in Daytona Beach, Florida and is listed for sale here on eBay with a $5k starting bid. Thanks goes to Jim S. for the submission.
When I first looked at the photos of this 1968 Maserati Ghibli barn find that is being auctioned off by Silverstone Auctions, I questioned whether it was a true barn find or if it was staged by the auction house. It has all the dirt and grime that a true barn find would have, but these photos look too perfect to me. Let’s take a closer look at this find, but I will let you guys draw your own conclusions.