As mentioned before on another post in ALFABB, the prices of rusted out 101 or 102 bodies reflects the entry level price to the 101/102 market which was at 20-25k I think. Same applies here for the 105/115 market. If you have the storage spot, putting one of these GT Veloces away could be closest you would get to owning a car if you are not prepared to fork out 70k at the current going rate for a good one today, by next year it could come down to 60k if the market is flooded, but then again it could go up to 100k or 150k! The reality is the actual number of cars left of the different models shows there is about 710 cars on the Classic Alfa 105/115 register.Reality and 'rithmatic have parted ways
I have both types, so at the risk of appearing self serving as well.
I honestly had no Idea, I have (color change) AR601571 otherwise unmolested..Zero plans to ever sell..I have both types, so at the risk of appearing self serving as well.
I think the market is still trying to decide what it wants. I know for sure of some one pouring 100k into a 1300 GTj stepfront to produce a GTA-R (not me)
For the Stepnose cars there are only about 60 LHD GT Veloce cars 30 RHD GTVeloce plus 53 GT Sprints LHD and 13 GT Sprints RHD a total of 156 cars! plus about 40 1300 GTj step fronts.
So how many extra do we need to add for NZ 20?A quick look at that registry showed about 5-10% of the 105 coupes that we have listed on AROC New Zealand registry which doesn't include every car in NZ , although that would include a number of race cars and projects.
With all due respect Steve I think we’ll find a lot more survivors than that. Yes many rusted away early on but just look at BAT, they regularly come up for sale. I suspect there’s also still many tucked away in people’s sheds that haven’t been seen for years.So how many extra do we need to add for NZ 20?
So somewhere between 900 to 1000, Gt Sprints + GT Veloce + flat top dash GTj 1300.
So here some rough guesses
The GT Sprints 300 left out of 21,850 = survival rate of 1.37%
The GT Veloce 150 out of 12,499 = 1.2%
GTj 1300 (flat top upto to year 1968) 450 out of 27464 = 1.63%
Source of build numbers page 15 from the book Giulia Coupe by Chris Savill,