Evaluation: Showing 42,590 miles and looks to have had a mostly easy life. The original paint and brightwork are faded and scratched but not ugly, and the cloth top is a clean recent replacement. The interior is lightly worn to match the age and miles but not bad. The engine bay is fairly dirty but complete and looks to have been maintained. Same story with the chassis and wheels. All understandable since these have never been worth enough to restore or really pamper.
Bottom Line: This is a somewhat rare Pininfarina Azzurra, which is essentially a Fiat 124 Spider by another name, and sold by Pininfarina in North America for a few years after Fiat retired the model. This is downright cheap top-down Italian motoring, and even if it does have (probably electric) issues that need fettling, the new owner is so little into this car that they can fix just about everything without getting underwater. It’s refreshing to see a fun car bought for cheap.