My thread is not based so much on determination but more of an observation. As an Alfetta GT owner I'm always happy to see any chance of these cars bringing a little more dollars as they are sooooooooooo undervalued. Mine is a (RUST FREE 99%) 1977 under 40k miles 1 owner car with blue CA plates and AC. I recently dropped $2900 bucks in an almost complete motor rebuild and misc stuff, with what I'm in the car and market values today, its a real sad story, but just like most Alfa enthusiasts I enjoy my car and look ahead to better Alfetta days. These cars drive like no other and are extremely reliable. I hope this seller gets his asking ....... at least its a good sign for us (Alfetta GT people) Ciao..It's a good car but you can't really determine that prices are on the rise because one person is selling it for more than it's worth. I would imagine these cars to appreciate just like any other Alfa Romeo built after 1974. Slowly. It does have many good qualities; two-doors, a beautiful engine, pedigree, etc. Plus, as Alfettas become more of a rarity on the road their value is very likely to increase. But I doubt these cars will demand a great deal more than what people are already buying them for in the near future. Still very nice vehicles though.