Ever since the M3-fighting Alfa Romeo Giulia QV launched at the Goodwood Festival of Speed at the end of June, the fiery Italian has been hitting the headlines for all the right reasons, winning awards for its beautiful design and taking Top Gear's 'Best Car' of 2016 award. As accomplished and gorgeous as the 505-hp super sedan is, there's no accounting for how drivers will behave behind the wheel. We've seen a drunk driver slam the Giulia's nose into a concrete barrier, while another driver took his manual QV for a 179-mph joyride on the Autobahn.
Top speed is 191 mph but the bar has been set pretty high. In Europe, the Giulia QV retails for 79,000 Euros, but if that's beyond your budget, a Belgium dealer wants just under 50,000 Euros for this three-month old model. As you can see, there's a few essential parts missing. There's no word on what happened to the Alfa, but whatever it was, it no longer has a rear right wheel, rear suspension and rear bumper. The C-pillar, door and fender also need a bit of work. With just 5,788 km on the clock and the Ferrari-built 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 perfectly intact, this could be a decent purchase for anyone willing to patch up the sorry-looking Giulia QV.