Alfa Romeo 1963-1987 - 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Alfa Romeo 1963-1987

Alfa Romeo 1963-1987 - 2018 Market Review
Alfa Romeo Sud

Owners of 105-Series GTs would be jumping for joy while those with other pre-1990s Alfas would be bewildered at the lack of money for their cars.

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Overseas markets confirmed that early GTVs and Spiders were achieving strong prices everywhere but other models including 1980s Spiders and Alfetta-style GTVs were lagging.

GTV6s are doing better than 2.0-litre cars but mostly remain below $30,000. Suds seem to be missing in action, however an excellent Ti or Sprint should top $10,000. 1980s cars are threatened as well, with the 75 surviving in barely sufficient numbers to be safe.

Not one 90 or Quattro wagon was found, however we hope a few survive.

 

1750/2000 GTV $55,085 [12]

GT/2000 GTV 1976-86 $15,350 [4]

GTV6 1982-87 $25,865 [4]

Spider 1973-92 $32,060 [8]

75 Twin Spark & V6 $11,260 [6]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.

 

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