I understand what you are saying but perhaps one reason why out here in Aus, any Giulia sedan of any variant is worth $$ is because they are rare. Just recently a really low milage and superb condition Giulia 1300 Super sold for in excess of $30K, as I understand (the seller was understandingly non-committal on the end price). It would appear the same car has just been re-listed (flipped in US lingo) and is currently for sale for $38K. In my mind irrespective of the condition etc, I would question such a price, but perhaps the seller will find a buyer at that price ???It's funny the price difference in the US between 1600 Supers and all other variants. For whatever reasons, the US market really likes the four headlights, Super engine, Super dash and seats, and values most other variants less highly. Only the 1600 TI and 1600 Super were sold here new by Alfa; many US buyers have probably never seen the many other models you got in Aus, Europe, etc., and just don't care for them as much. I personally think all the variations have their own appeal, and I'd buy the best one I could for the money, regardless of the particular model.
That said, I like early 1600 Super best too, and that's what I have (wait, I have two of them). But I wouldn't turn my nose up at something else if it fit the bill.
Andrew, couldn't the exact same be said about Giulia sedans here in the US? How many do you figure exist in the US, and in what condition(s)?I understand what you are saying but perhaps one reason why out here in Aus, any Giulia sedan of any variant is worth $$ is because they are rare.