Welcome to Project Car Hell, where you choose your eternity by selecting the project that's the coolest... and the most hellish! Britain has defeated Italy in a PCH Superpower Showdown (after two consecutive defeats, with the Triumph Stag going 70-30 against the Alfa Romeo Giulia Super yesterday. Today we're going to let Italy regain its bruised Hell Project pride, with an all-Fiat matchup!

The early Fiat 124 coupes sure are wonderful machines, but they're rarer than honest politicians in North America. The few that came over here became red powder and wistful memories a couple decades backā€¦ except for this one in Oregon (go here if the ad disappears), which is priced so low we dasn't reveal it here, for fear of being deafened by screams of disbelief. This one needs some work, we'll be the first to admit, although the seller has decided to spare us the troublesome details in his description. "Good condition to restore" is all we get, and that should be enough, right? Keep in mind that the seller has "several Fiats," so you might be able to score a package deal involving some extra boxes of broken useful parts.
The best car deals may be those in which the seller doesn't even provide the car model in the description; hey, maybe that means he or she has no idea what total jewels they really are! The headline of this listing for a 'fiat sports car (2)' (go here if the ad disappears) doesn't tell us much, but the photo of one car's grille indicates that we seem to be looking at a couple of 1957-60 Fiat 1200 Spiders. Are they complete? Are they rusty? Were they used for AK-47 practice by the Manson Family? Albert, the seller, doesn't say, though he does want us to know that "both have paperwork." Will this be a huge, sanity-destroying project? Of course not! You'll be laughing at those poor Corolla owners as you drive your perfectly restored Spider in a matter of days. Hey, just look at how pretty it will be!