That is correct, what has changed is the market is now educated and aware of the penalty costs and what they are really buying. The spectacular colour combination mentioned in the link did exist: black exterior and red interior, but only in red leather not red vinyl. I noticed the above link mentions a 1570cc engine, there is a 2L in it now.
See how easy it is for a car to switch across to a hybrid state! You would have to sink in ~$20k to bring this car to restored format, so the current owner would be into it for ~$114k. We all get carried away when bidding at times and some Auction houses are really not that clued up with these cars or the intricacies of the different models from 1963 to 1968. The auction houses tend to rely on out dated generic rules of thumb like the 20% discount on a hybrid car compared to a restored car as mentioned on a TV program in the last 12 months (a comment probably more relevant to a Ford Mustang or Chevy 30 years ago), which is not based on any fundamental principals like those I have used in my method specific to Alfa 105s, read my prior posts.
I sent a few detailed e-mails to one of the Auction houses here in Australia explaining what the differences are and the penalty bounds concept (c) they just said thanks, they later revealed the hybrid nature of the car prior the auction. The car in Australia (slightly different situation) sold in the bounds I told them it would confirming the market will punish hybrid cars and I might know something.
This LHD car just needed a full engine rebuild prior the $93.5k sale which was not done~$10k which it still needs (missing cylinder head) It also needs a full new correct interior (sure go for a red leather interior ~$10-15k to get the spectacular colour combination). It may also need a gearbox rebuild and diff rebuild who knows? I would have valued it at $35 to $45k in the state it was in at the Pebble Beach auction in 2014, not sure how much hype was at the auction, the usual, one owner with books low miles .. spin which may have been part of this car's sale, but then again not every one knows how to handle these barn find type cars. I would probably investigate if deep rear arch cars existed in late 1967(build date) in LHD form, if they did not then ask some more questions. [I looked up Fusi's page 844 and this car is listed as made in 1967 and it was the 5,034 car out of 5,576 cars made in 1967]. If deep rear arches existed on LHD cars in late 1967 (resisted as a 1968) then at $49k in BAT in 2019 its probably as good as it will get for this car in it's current hybrid state.
I'm not saying I know every thing there is to know about these cars, I'm just saying I know enough to work out the penalty bounds, i.e. the extra cost to get the car to a restored format.