If you’re reading this, something may well already be wrong with you, but that’s the right kind of wrong. Failure to recognize the attractiveness of this fine piece of Italian engineering is a definite sign of the wrong kind of wrong. Up for auction is a 1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000, complete with Alfa’s SPICA fuel injection system. It’s an original California car, with a near-impeccable interior. The paint is a new post-sandblast professional job. The hue is…complemented nicely by the black wheels. Personally, it wasn’t until late in my gearhead years that I was made aware of this generation of Alfas. For years, all I knew of were the Graduate-type Spyders, which do nothing for me. But the clean, slightly muscular curves of the Giulia…they blind me to the inevitable headaches associated with ownership of a vehicle assembled in the spare time between wine breaks and labor strikes. The seller’s actually listing it for a friend, and the listing spelling and grammar hurt my brain. Hopefully it’s just because this guy’s spent his whole adult life spinning wrenches and not writing blog entries. It’s at $15k with an unmet reserve and three days to go. Hat tip to DamnElantra!