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post #16 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-20-2016, 08:44 AM
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I agree with the 69 thing congrats Dave!
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post #17 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-20-2016, 11:49 AM
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Thanks!
Everyone likes a good 69...

Current: 69 GTV, 2019 Stelvio, 95 Porsche 968 cab
Past 74 GTV, 69 GTV, 74 Spider
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Thanks!
Everyone likes a good 69...
True, but we really love a great '67.

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True, but we really love a great '67.
I really love the looks of the step-nose - and my '67 Junior is a delight - but no Alfa I ever sampled drives as nice my '69.

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I think the 69 looks best with 4 headlights and flying buttress seats.
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69 in the usa are rare and special...
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what a stunner!! Congrats on the purchase.

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I'm not up on the prices for that vintage but $29,500 seems low. Why are the 72s and 3s selling so much higher?
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post #24 of 36 (permalink) Old 02-12-2016, 12:23 PM
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Just missed this opportunity! Congrats on the car looks like a nice one.

1971 1750 GTV [US] - 2000 Weber'ed Motor/1989 Toyota FJ62/2007 Audi S8
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still for sale?

Is this car still for sale? Where is it located?
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Read the posts. It was sold on 1/16/16.
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THANKS

I'm new to the site.
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I'm new to the site.
I'm on the hunt too and have found some that are out of my price range...so if you let me know what pricing you are looking for I might be able to point you to some cars I have seen that I'm not buying--welcome to the board.

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Willing to go to $40k.

Obviously depends on condition.
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Obviously depends on condition.
That is a good budget and should get you a clean car, most likely a GTV2000 based on what I have seen in the market [assuming you are in the US]. There is a red 1972 GTV 2000 that is very clean that I recently looked at and if I don't buy it I will send you the information to contact the seller. Also just saw an amazing 1971 1750 that is $50K if you can stretch your budget.

As many will tell you, see if you can narrow down what you want as there were many variations from the early 60s to mid 70s and then figure out what condition you want and go from there.

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