For the last week, there's been a red Alfa Romeo GTV-6 parked on the lawn of a house I drive by on the way in to the store. It doesn't have a for sale sign in the window, but it's not moving, so perhaps it's only a matter of time. The paint is also faded and starting to oxidize, and the interior looks rather ratty, which suggests a low dollar life of deferred maintenance.
Sharp eyed autophile readers will recognize the GTV-6 as the coupe version of the Milano, which I happen to know is an extremely enjoyable ride.
I have to drive past this car, every day, twice. While I know it's a maintenance hog and will probably require a multiple of its purchase price in repairs, upgrades and paint, from the seat of my wheezing, smoking, 95hp Japanese econobox, it looks lovely.