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  • pjp90


      Year: 1972
      Manufactured Date: No value
      Original Color:
      Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
      Past Owners: pjp90
      Last Sold: No value
      No Longer Around

    I purchased this car to part out in the mid-1990's.  I don't know much history, except that it came from Freehold NJ, and the guy I bought it from had titled it in NJ in 1984 with 148,500 miles.  So by the time I bought it, it could have over 200k miles.  It was a complete rust bucket.  I remember sweeping up lots of it from the garage floor after I got done pulling the suspension and sub-frames.  The shell went to the scrap yard and I am fairly confident that even in today's tii market it was not worth saving.



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    i spent several years saving 2760440 from certain death.  i did all the hard work of rust repair only to pass it on to a former owner from the 70's who found me on this website years ago. i moved it along when i acquired an even more rusty alfa romeo guilietta spider veloce.  i am confident that it will someday ride again or at least, never be allowed to decompose as it did.  i wish you had photos of 2760445 so that i could compare the 'state of stress'. 

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