Cars are only what someone wants to pay for it. If someone has 140k to pay for a car then power to them. I hope they drive it and not set in some collections.
I give full credit to AH. They're development work produces astonishing results. However . . . There is a somewhat discrete canon regarding modified 2 liter Alfa engines. If you want to 200hp and can pay AH prices then go for it. On the other hand, if you are building a 2 liter Nord street car here's a combination that works well----2 liter, 10.1 or 10.5 Motronics, cam: Rj or Delta A474 12mm intake cam, your choice of exhust cam (I used 11.1 Cenerline then Spica 222 exhaust cam), fast advance curve timed at 36 degrees. Please note: I used a balanced, resized rod, bottem end combined with a AH lightweight steel flywheel. And don't forget a professionally ported head (I suggest Robert Rogers in Dallas). If you have the skill just follow JinK's instructions. Otherwise professional help is available. What you'll get with this is a very satisfying Nord street motor that will satisfy for many, many enjoyable drives on empty, rural roads.