If you've seen the green GT Junior on eBay, it's one of a number of Alfas that have popped up at a small Euro / classic dealer in Leesburg, VA:
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I popped in to take a look at the cars, and by and large they're really pretty nice. He's asking End Of The World prices for some, and high but not too much so on others. Here's what he has:
'68 GT Junior (eBay car): Asking $26,500. I liked this one a lot. Has GTA replica wheels and GTA style mesh grille. Interior is really nice. One small crack on the wood dash (is that original on Juniors?) and a small tear in some of the trim on the floor by the driver's door were all I could come up with. Headliner was great, and the seats looked beautiful - maybe original?. Paint was also very nice, with great depth. I was a little concerned with the rear wheel arches - I felt up inside them and there may have been some filler. I didn't bring a magnet, so it could have been just road dirt / grime or undercoating up in there. Hard to say. It'll be interesting to see what happens on the auction.
'71 Spider: Asking $24,900. Lovely car. Recent repaint in Resale Red, with the side markers filled in. Weber carb conversion with the Euro style air cleaner. Original Cromodora Daytonas have been refinished, but are not perfect. Interior is great - the dash especially is brand new and looks and feels fantastic. Nasty '80s Kenwood cassette player has to go. The paint on this one wasn't quite as nice as the Junior, with a bit of orange peel here and there, but it definitely presented well. The wheel wells scared me a lot on this one. See Junior above, only worse by half. I'd like to see a whole lot of pics from the resto before I bit - including what they did with the side markers - and use a spot-rot on every square inch.
'76 Euro (115) GTV. Asking a lot - like, $30k or so. I didn't look that closely, since I disliked the color and I thought his price was way too high.
'84 Spider. The most nutso price he has - $18,900. Nice car, with low original miles, but there are some rust spots starting to bubble up along the rockers. The top is original, and it shows. And, you know, it's an '84 Spider. Is the nicest early S3 in the world even a $10k car?
'93 Spider - Asking $17,500. Black, redone 2-tone black and tan seats look better in person than in pics. They're some of the nicest seats I've seen in an S4 - much better than the typical shabby Alcantra. He said it had been repainted - original or not, the paint was excellent. Not a Veloce, has aftermarket IAP 15" wheels that look just like the 14". This one and the Junior are the ones that come closest to justifying his asking prices. If it were a Veloce with a hardtop it would probably even be a pretty good deal.
If you have any questions on specific cars I'd be happy to answer them.