One at the upper end of the spectrum. Nice looking Series 1 '66 in Petrol blue over lt blue. FB advert post: "For Sale: a wonderful Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1600 Bollino Oro of 1966 with only 74.481 km on the counter. The car is in an excellent state! Price: € 38.950,- " That's about $45,000 PLUS admin, PPI, S&H costs. Say $50k+.
Looks like a nice driver. Question: it looks like an Italian market car based on gauges. Alfa stopped selling the Giulia in the US in 1968, correct? Did the Giulia ever get sold here again, or was it just the Berlina for sedans?
I think remember this car, nice fellow bought it out of Tennessee,and drove it to Florida and then just didn't want to deal with the rust. Kept and drove it for a couple of years. Adverted it on the ABB. Serous body rust from earlier pics. A PPI is a MUST.
Yes, correct. There's a long thread on the BB on the car, you can watch it rust away.
To finish answering the question, no, no Supers sold in US after MY 1967, though it took a year to two to get the last of them off the showrooms. They couldn't meet 1968 and later federal regs.
Berlina was sold 1969-1974, missing 1968 and 1970 MYs. Then Alfetta Berlina came in 1975.
Thanks guys. And now that you mention it, I remember seeing it on BaT last year. Pictures were better and more extensive when it was listed there, and it looked like it was going to take a whole lot of work to deal with the rust at that time.