|Date Posted:||Feb 1, 2013|
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1979 Fiat Spyder Convertible stored for 25 years. I bought this car off my cousin who has owned it since the early 80\'s and has never done anything with it in those years other than having a brand new interior put in and a new top put on at a cost more than I\'m asking for the car... engine still turns freely and ran when he got it, tires are 100 percent dry-rotted over years of sitting in his garage, I\'ve had it sitting outside at my house for a few months and it is very restorable and all parts are with it. It needs a trunk lid but I think everything else is very fixable.... I\'m only asking 2000 for it and according to the previous owner it was a badged and numbered car that was specially optioned and designed by the owner of Fiat Motors at the time....... I\'m not sure of this but if you\'re a fiat person you should know. I just need the money to try to finish a few of my other toys. Contact me at 606-639-8493 or email if you\'re interested. Will possibly trade to old american project or new model vehicle
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