keep them cheap. More for me! I don't know where people look for alfa's but you can still find a bunch of cheap gtv6, alfetta gt's and milanos on the west coast. No so much for alfetta sedan's. I have three alfetta sedans, two running, one for parts all for under $5000 for all three!! I'm cornering the market.
I had no problem finding all three, and if I looked hard enough, I know I can find more on the cheap.
As investment in alfa transaxles, no way, don't do it, don't think it, its just not gonna happen in the next ten years. After ten years, 2025, most current vintage alfa enthusiasts will be in an old folks home and cant shift a manual transmission, and their kids will sell the car cheap, since that's what made mom divorce dad in the first place.
'76 Alfetta GT, 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth, '78 sports sedan (2 of them) - sold, '91 164L - sold, '83 GTV6 -sold, '87 Milano Verde - sold, '91 spider -sold, '69 MGB GT,