Unlike this example, we have no clue whatsoever about how or when this Alfa Romeo Giulia QV was crashed. The vendor doesn’t provide any additional details on the car, except that it was driven for 5,788 km (3,597 miles) since it was registered in October.
It would be a good idea to check out parts prices and availability with Alfa Romeo before you talk to the seller, though, and it doesn’t take a genius to work out why.
The asking price is €49,973, tax included. A brand new one starts from €79,000 in Italy, so that’s at least €30k off. Then again, its right rear suspension and wheel, along with the rear bumper, are missing and there’s significant damage to the door and fender as well as the C-pillar.
All that might, to put it mildly, curb your enthusiasm a bit and make you reconsider sinking 50 large ones into it. If you are still interested, you can contact the Belgium-based dealer who has put up the damaged Giulia up for sale.