Craigslist sellers tend to leave themselves open to a lot of headaches caused by clueless buyers, particularly those who think they have what it takes to own an Italian sports car (or who think an Italian sports car can be used as daily transportation by a non-wrench/non-wealthy individual). I am reminded of a friend who, right out of high school and in her first-ever job, scraped together enough cash to buy her first-ever commuter car… a Fiat X-1/9! She's wised up since then (now drives a primered-out F250), but she definitely put that Fiat seller through hell after the sale. Adamskiy has found a Craigslist Alfa seller who's put together a little test that (we hope) will enable him or her to avoid the worst of Clueless Alfa Buyer Hell. [Craigslist Atlanta, go here if ad disappears]1)You get in your Alfa in the morning and it doesn’t start, you, A)Hop in one of your other cars and look forward to an evening of tinkering on the Spider. B)Call AAA to tow the car to Bob’s and curse “that damn Alfa”. 2)You notice an oil spot on the driveway under the Alfa, you, A)Put a drip tray under it B)Call AAA to tow the car to Bob’s and curse “that damn Alfa”. 3)A clip breaks on the top boot, you, A)Hit #1 on your speed dial and order another one from International. B)Call AAA to tow the car to Bob’s and curse “that damn Alfa”. C)Who needs a stinkin top boot? If you answered B to any of the questions, don't call, you need a Miata. If you answered A, you’ll like this car.