$13,800, which I'd say was a pretty good deal for the buyer.
The car has a few minor issues: missing steering column shroud, tears in seat upholstery (though they are super cool the flying butress style seats!), missing radio with no block-off,.... The only thing that would be hard to put right is the red exterior / white engine compartment.
But again, getting a drivable, presentable stepnose for $13,800 sounds like a great deal to me.
$20,000 seems like a proper price level for a good GTV with everything working properly and decent paint/interior. They are getting pretty rare and still attract lots of attention--more than my similar year and quality 911S that is worth at least $40K in similar condition.
Definitely a good deal at that price... I miss that car and would have bought it back if I had the funds... Both myself and the current seller planned to paint it back to its original white, then the engine compartment would not be a big deal (or the trunk). The car had the original seats in it when I sold it and I am not sure if they are part of the deal or not. The car has its needs, but just like the ad said, it is a dependable, get in and go car, that runs really well.
The battery is all there, I run the small Odyssey batteries in all my Alfa's and race cars... I hate lead acid batteries!