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|10-24-2016 04:40 AM|
agreed that it would be great to see all our gtv6's appreciate in value a little.
|10-23-2016 09:30 PM|
Perhaps the rarity of the Callaways will propel them to be worth lots of money, but one can never be sure of that. (This goes for any car). Once you start putting miles on one of these 1 in 35, value goes down...so it's best to just store it and maybe take it out once in a while (which causes other problems). Still, if this thing fetches 60 or 70 grand, that's great because it means all the excellent condition "regular" GTV-6's like mine are likely going to inch up in value, too. Not that I'd ever sell, unless I needed the money to pay a ransom...
And I agree - i'd rather have an SZ and the improvements that car has to the chassis and build quality (which can already be seen in the Milano).
|10-23-2016 07:22 PM|
comparing a '57 giulietta to an '86 gtv6 is not quite the apples-to-apples comparison of a gtv6 3.0 to a callaway gtv6.
but, different horses for different courses. no doubt, everyone's entitled to spend their money however they like. you can enjoy looking at yours; i will enjoy driving mine.
me personally, if i had the money for a callaway gtv6, i'd be driving an es-30 instead...
Originally Posted by Chi Si Dici View Post
|10-23-2016 07:19 PM|
|10-23-2016 06:11 PM|
|RobNH||I know of one other one, in black, just as pristine and original with much lower miles, and has the Gold mesh wheels. As nice as this red one looks, I think the black one is even nicer. It's showroom perfect, stored inside, but not for sale.|
|10-23-2016 05:18 PM|
|Chi Si Dici|
|10-23-2016 02:28 PM|
my 3.0, w/sz headers, stebro exhaust, s cams, modded ecu, modded airbox to accept a bmw 5-series afm, is probably close to the callaway power already...
|10-23-2016 02:13 PM|
Indeed. I'd love to get my hand on a final run (1987?) of the South African cars with the 3.0 from the factory. With a few mods, you've got Callaway power and easier service for sure.
|10-23-2016 02:07 PM|
certainly a cool car. me, personally, i would not be interested, as i like to drive cars, not park them and look at them. and for FAR less coin, you could set up a gtv6 to perform as well or better than the callaway. and with far more reliability as well. i worked for callaway advanced technology as its materials/purchasing mgr in 1989/90, and we sold a lot of parts to the gtv6 customers. things were constantly breaking - especially the specialty parts related to the turbo set up.
|10-22-2016 07:31 PM|
|Jim Tyson||I've owned Alfas since 73 and GTV6s since 95. I think a whole bunch of Alfisti missed the boat on the Callaway GTV6 when they were cheap. We were all lulled to sleep by Mario Andretti,Mille Miglia and Velocissima edition Alfettas, Niki Lauda Spiders and Balocco and Maratona GTV6s-none of which offered any performance advantage whatsoever.|
|10-22-2016 05:05 PM|
|Chi Si Dici||Money well spent on this car. If it isn't worth $75K today it may well be worth more than $75K in a few years. 1of 35.....Callaway did what the factory didn't do and the factory was ok with it. Very cool car with great engineering progress and way ahead of everyone else. If I owned it, I wouldn't sell. In my opinion, this car will be purchased by a collector and not necessarily an Alfisti.|
|10-22-2016 08:20 AM|
Originally Posted by Jim Tyson View Post
As a side note, my friend (Griffo on the BB) is working on a GTV-6 registry. It'd be interesting to know how many GTV-6's are currently on the road (read: at least registered) in the US. We both figured it can't be more than 1,500 and likely is under 1,000.
|10-21-2016 10:44 PM|
|Jim Tyson||Alfa sold 5700 GTV6s in the USA, only 35 of which were Callaways(less than 1% of production). Callaways were blessed by the factory and were sold by Alfa dealers with the usual Alfa warranty. Callaways had 50% more HP and torque and very little additional weight. They're very rare cars that very rarely come up for sale. In my opinion the best examples - like this one- are six figure cars.|
|10-21-2016 06:56 PM|
|Gepetto||Perhaps. If you pay $60k then it's worth $60k. But on eBay, it's worth $42,500 - still a heck of a lot (80% more than the BaT GTV-6 that sold with 22k miles, or something like that). I don't want to downplay the rarity or niceness of the Callaway - I just didn't realize it could actually be worth nearly twice as much as a regular GTV6 in excellent condition. (Or as some here have mentioned, up to 4-5 times as much).|
|10-21-2016 04:28 PM|
|Cali67Duetto||This is one of 35 cars and arguably the best in the group!? I would quickly pay 50-60k for this car had I the money. This car will only increase in value in the future.|
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