You ever start a project, life happens, you get busy and just lose interest? Yeah, me neither.
Selling a project my wife thought I might enjoy, but family medical issues came up and I just got sidetracked. Starts, runs, and drives....just sort of gutted the interior. That was as far as I got. Technically speaking, you could put the driver side seat belts back in, hang the rear view mirror, hook up a few gauges, register it, and it would be street legal (buyer to verify), but except for the seats, the interior is pretty ugly. Smog exempt (1975). I have all the gauges, seat belts, most of the hardware, etc., in a box in the trunk. All the smog has been removed as it is exempt by law, but kept the stuff just in case you want to sell it to a later model owner. It is registered in California as PNO (planned non-operation) and is insured, although I do take it out occasionally, but not often.
I won't mislead anyone, it needs a full interior, minus the seats which I planned to re-use as they are still pretty good shape, no tears. The fabric top seems to be in pretty good shape too, with one small hole that could be patched, or left as is. Honestly, you're not buying this to drive with the top up anyway.
Fortunately, there are plenty of online Classic Fiat suppliers with lots of cheap after market and NOS for pretty much everything you would need, including full carpet kits, dash, seats, center console, heaters, gauges and gauge panel, panels, cables, fans, electric motors, trim, logos, hardware, etc. All I was going to replace was the carpet, dash, center console and a few pieces of trim. I didn't care about the heater or radio, I'd just take my portable speaker and crank it up.
Looks pretty cool as is, but could use a new paint job too, or lots of little touch up chips. And hood hinge is broke, so needs repair, probably some spot welding for the hinge pin receiver, but again, could be driven as is, (with mods as mentioned above). Tires are decent. No heater (core was rusted thru), no radio or A/C. Not sure if heater fan was working as I never tested before I removed it. Think of this car as a four wheel motorcycle. All the glass is good, no chips. Sounds like the throw out bearing is making noise, but shifts and runs fine.
Video link of me driving it today to show it actually does run and drive.
Make an offer, finish my project, or just throw a few things back together and drive as is. No low balls though, as I can collect $1,500 from the state to retire it. But that would be sad as that means the scrap yard. It has too much life left in her for that fate. Odometer says 10045, I'm guessing is 110,045 miles.
With agreed price paid in full, I can assist in getting it ready for a tow you arrange/pay. Flat bed towing is not that expensive if not in a hurry and you deal direct with the tow company, not a broker.