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Tell me honestly: would it be really stupid to try and buy a classic 33, or even Alfasud? I live by the sea. I've driven various Alfas down through the years and my all-time favourite remains the twin-carb 33.

But would it just rust while you wait? ...Honestly?
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Find a good one, look after it, you never know.
Thing is any make of classic car, ford, vauxhall etc of that era suffered with rust it's one of the reasons they are all so rare.
Rust proofing was pretty hit and miss back then.
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Yep as above really. Buy a good one, keep an eye on it, and you should be ok.
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