Alfa Romeo 1963-1992: 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Alfa Romeo 1963-1992

The money being sought, and in some instances paid, for 1960s-70s Alfas is bewildering.

1.6-litre GTVs have the edge in scarcity and competition kudos but that doesn’t really explain why the smaller-engined cars should be 40 per cent more expensive than others. So too, early ‘boat-tail’ Spiders which are scarce and accordingly command close to $90,000.

However no one can provide a cogent reason why the very similar 2000 Spider is not only half the price of a Duetto but also cheaper than a 2.0-litre coupe.

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Among the Alfetta-based cars, GTV6s are doing well but four-cylinder GTVs remain cheap.

Jumping into the market for 1980s Alfas remains cheap with 33IEs, Twin Spark 75s or maybe a big 164 sedan still available below $10,000.

1600GT/GTV $89,475 [6] 

1750/2000GTV $57,225 [17]

GT/2000GTV 1976-86 $16,600 [11] 

GTV6 1982-87 $32,770 [11]

2000 Spider 1970-78 $35,880 [10] 

75 Twin Spark & V6 $11,000 [4]

33IE/QV $8325 [4]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.

 

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