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Alfa 2000 Roadster sold at Amelia Island

Interesting sale of a 1960 Alfa 2000 roadster with body by Touring on HDTV channel last night. Episode 12 of the program "Whats My Car Worth". The owned was an honest straight forward guy who stated the car was a "driver" quality car and valued it as such at $25,000. The sale was by Goodings and CO at Amelia Island auction. Gooding valued the car at $42,000.

The Alfa had a very nice paint job, but about all the chrome is original and mostly dull and pitted. Exception was the front grill and emblem which looked pretty new. Paint had a few scratches. Under the hood ws very obvious gobs of red silicone used to seal up intake manifold connector air leaks. Interior looked nice used quality and I would speculate that the seats and carpet had been redone a few years back.

The Alfa sold for $36,000, which should have made the owner happy, although it would be interesting to know how much of that $36,000 Gooding and CO received for thier commission. I am guessing that there was a 10% sellers fee up front plus a percentage commission on the gross. But even so, since the owner valued the Alfa at $25,000 and it brought $36,000, I am willing to believe he want home a happy man.

Happy man, that is , until the Alfa sellers remorse kicks in and he regrets no longer owning such a nice and rare Alfa.

Robert Hill in Memphis, TN
 

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Amelia, not Imelia
Touring, not Bertone
$39600 including all fees, not $36000
 

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Thanks for the corrections. I wann't taking notes at the time and was relying of memory (suspected faulty at times). Also suffering from CRS memory degeneration.

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No sweat. I was curious to see what a Bertone 2000 Roadster looked like.
 
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