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.