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Tidy original cars, (especially 22 yr old, which makes it one of the younger GTV6`s) are near impossible to get, and no matter how good a restoration they will never be the same as an unmolested car-that in itself must be worth a good premium. The car is also lowish in the miles, and I believe these 116`s are all under valued and must by nature of their pedigree, their interesting mechanical specs & layout, their competition history and the fact they drive nice must go up in value. I`m old enough to remember when any old car no matter what make was worth nothing, then I saw Bertone coupes rise, now it must be 116`s surely, especially if they have that glorious V6.
I reckon that will be cheap in 5 yrs time and as said above it`s reasonably unique-roughys can`t be compared.- My 2c worth.

Richard J

`65 Giulia Ti, `69 Gt Junior, `74 GTV 2000, `76 Alfetta GTV, `77 Alfetta GTV, `84 GTV6
 

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There we are you see there is a premium on a nice original car and good ones are going up-like a ratchet - exactly like I`ve seen Bertones go. There are heaps of people out there who are either too busy,or not practical, or who don`t have the facilities to do any work whatsoever and who like the car enough to pay for a nice original car that they can just drive in their leisure time. They are after all reasonably rare ( "only" around 16000 built)a pedigree marque with an exotic sounding name, look good , sound awesome, and for an oldie- go and stop particularly well . Pity in some ways it didn`t sell for more.

Richard J

`65 Giulia Ti, `69 GT Junior, `74 GTV 2000, `76 Alfetta GTV, `77 Alfetta GTV, `84 GTV6
 
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