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Jeff
Hagerty Employee

5 dust-covered Alfas pulled from their time-capsule tombs in Pennsylvania

LBI Limited came across a small stash of classic Alfa Romeos after receiving a tip that the Italian sports cars were buried in two Pennsylvania barns. The story is a classic case of unplanned inheritance; the original owner of the fleet died and the family member given the role of caretaker ended up storing the cars.

 

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CJinSD
Advanced Driver

For something that ran when parked, that Sprint sure looks like a former parts car.

LagunaMike
New Driver

Looking at the taillights of the Spider and the Sprint, methinks they are much later than 1959.  They remind me of the mid to late sixties models. 

Slufty
New Driver

The Giulietta Spider is a 1961 or 1962. Need to see the front of the Sprint to really tell, but it could be a '59.

Lionel
Passenger

I am just curious how much will be leftover once the dust settles. Rust never sleep and very likely significant damage will be revealed.