How cheap is cheap? 1975 Lancia Fulvia Coupé 1.3S

How cheap is cheap? 1975 Lancia Fulvia Coupé 1.3S



Well, sometimes “cheap” is a relative term: for sure a Ferrari 250 GTO for sale at $20M is cheap, but unaffordable for the 99.99% of the world population. For this car, things are a bit different.


The seller specifies, using some bold letters, that the car is not for sale as a “car” but as a wreck, so he can’t privide any title: basically this car is considered by the italian law as a pile of…

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Burgundy flat four: 1968 Porsche 912

Burgundy flat four: 1968 Porsche 912



In the same moment I’m writing this article, pre-bumper Porsche’s prices are so high that even a “basic” 912 at this price can be considered a good deal.


It is said to be a rust free 912 which has been stored during the last 17 years. It is clearly an US model, probably been driven for all its life in southern California. Indeed the photos show a fair undercarriage and a good luggage…

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Don’t drink and drive: 1940 Fiat 500A Furgoncino “Campari”



This is a very rare car not only because it’s a Fiat’s 500A estate (some sources say that less then 50 still survive) but because it was bought and used by Campari (the famous italian alcholic beverages brand) to deliver their product.


Indeed the car is still painted in the dark Campari red and, most important thing, the seller says that the he has all the papers which proof the this car really…

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Late registered: 1966 Ginetta G11

Late registered: 1966 Ginetta G11



This car was curiously first registered in 1973 although its only production year was the 1966; as the seller says, only 12 G11’s were produced.

ScreenShot014This cutie has an odd color for being a british roadster: it looks like the same gunmetal grey used on E-Type Jags ‘til 1965: it’s a stunning color especially when mated to a red/tan interior. The seller says also the the last of the only two owners,…

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