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Thoughts on this '67 Sprint??

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I stumbled upon this GT for sale and wondered what everyone thought. It's gorgeous for certain. But the price?

1967 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce ? LBI Limited

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Cool A very nice one !

NADA Guide shows a '67 GTV high retail at $96,800, so their asking price seems legit.

I was offered $50k for mine and said no......
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Haggerty insured mine for 65 K .. who knows ...mine is as nice with all correct engine in detail and emblematic detail, correct clamps, etc and is a February production 64 with a 63 Nardi all "matching #series" as per Alfa Centro.no plans to sell my wife would kill me

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I would not call this an "incredibly well preserved" car. It's obviously been reprinted, but many of the original details are in place.

Why do I see what looks like rivets along the top of the fender?
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I would not call this an "incredibly well preserved" car. It's obviously been reprinted, but many of the original details are in place.

Why do I see what looks like rivets along the top of the fender?
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early no woodgrain...on dash has the steering lock mechanism as well and a period correct Nardi (1963) looking for a good original steering wheel as well...
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NADA Guide shows a '67 GTV high retail at $96,800, so their asking price seems legit.

I was offered $50k for mine and said no......
Wow, love that colour blue. Gorgeous.
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Hello all,
I stumbled upon this GT for sale and wondered what everyone thought. It's gorgeous for certain. But the price?

<<<<LBI LIMITED>>>>

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I bought my '74 BMW 2002tii from LBI Limited. They pride themselves in finding, acquiring and selling the best examples; focusing on lower mileage, as close-to-original as possible. My experience backs that up.

Looking at the site, this looks like one of the cleanest examples around.

That said, I just bought the exact same car ('67 Giulia Sprint GTV), but less well sorted and not numbers matching, for less than half that :-)

I can't afford perfect, original examples.
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