Inside, the seats, known as the "flying buttress" seats, were a 1969 GTV only item and are highly regarded by the Alfisti. These look to be in good shape with the correct basket weave material. It's hard to tell about the condition of the wood veneer, but it still has its original wood "Personal" steering wheel and a goofy aftermarket shift knob.
The seller didn't include any pictures of the common rust areas of GTV's - like the rockers - but did include a picture of the trunk. Unfortunately, they didn't pull back the carpet and remove the spare, so you could check the condition of a couple more rust areas - the spare tire well and gas tank. Two things I notice in this picture is that the paint code sticker is missing from the trunk lid and the bolts holding the trunk lid on are natural metal finish and not painted. This makes me think it was repainted at sometime in its life.
Gianni is Daily Turismo's Pacific Northwest correspondent. He's a lifelong Alfista and grew up riding two-stroke dirt bikes in rural Washington State when no one gave you dirty looks about all the blue smoke. It's pretty obvious he wrote this bio in third person as he isn't nearly clever enough to put a bunch of witty jokes about writing third person bios in it. He prefers Gretsch guitars through Fender amps with a touch of tape delay.