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I have in Milan a 1972 Fulvia 3 coupe 1.3, with about 60K Km. It has remained indoor but has not been run for 35 years (yes, 35). It is complete. I am afraid that that if I put it back into service, the cost would prohibitive. No rust in the body, but the engine is probably all locked-up. Not having any time, skill or equipment myself, I would have to rely on a restoration shop. If anybody is interested and could restore it economically, I could even ship it to the US. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I just hate the idea of scrapping it.
Ciao, Paolo from Southampton, PA
I live in NYC and I have a family home outside Tortona that I just restored to make it habitable once again! I do need a car there, and maybe I can buy your car and have it transported to Tortona, and will work on it next Summer. Let me know if the car is still available and we can discuss the details. Thanks,
Hi Paolo, I would recommend that you sell the car and then buy another one
that is in good running condition. This will be cheaper and faster!
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