By 1984 the Alfa Romeo Spider was in its 18th year of production, and, depending on which side of the fence you fall, it was either an aging dinosaur or a beautiful classic you could buy brand-new…and 30 years later, the jury is still out to an all-you-can-eat lasagne lunch. Find this 1986 Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Spider Convertible offered for $500 in Vero Beach, FL via hemmings. Tip from BarbPaddles.
For a $500 car, this thing has some pluses — it runs/drives well and has a well preserved body, but it is infested with electrical gremlins, has faded paint, and the interior looks like a FEMA disaster zone. It still seems like a good deal for the asking price.
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