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I read from a magazine that back then, a GTV costed almost the same as a Jaguar E-type, and more than a Corvette.

Anyone has the exact price of all them? How did the price compare to say, a Toyota Celica? A Corolla? A 911?
How much would a GTV cost new in today's money?

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Heimeng,

I just checked out www.nadaguides.com for another post. I then looked up my '67 GTV and a '64 GT for comparison. ;) You can also find the original MSRP.

1967 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce
Original MSRP: $5,550
Current Value:
Low Retail: $5,625
Average Retail: $8,250
High Retail: $11,350

1964 Giulia Sprint GT
Original MSRP: $4,295
Current Value:
Low Retail: $5,225
Average Retail: $7,475
High Retail: $10,050

Of course these values are generic and do not necessarily reflect what an alfa-addict would pay. :)
 

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Thank you Kai! Great website. I will spend sometime and dig up all the MSRP when new.

1973 GTV

MSRP when new
$5,474

Low Retail $4,150
Average Retail $6,025
High Retail $7,950

I just found out I got my GTV pretty cheap. :D
 

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Price

Price when new in 1973

Alfa GTV - $5474
BMW 2002 coupe - $4498
BMW 2002 TURBO - $6600
Corvette (std) - $5635
Mustang (std) - $2907
Jaguar E-type - $8475
Honda Civic - $3009 :confused:
Toyota Corolla coupe - $2459
Toyota Celica - $3159
Porsche 914 - $4649
Porsche 911E - $9230

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I think that the '67 GTV MSRP is a bit on the high side, given that the 2000 GTV MSRP's were in the 5,400 - 5,500 range. Anyway, using a CPI for 1967 of 34 I calculate the following 2002 values:


'67 GTV (5,550) - $29,725
'67 XKE Coupe (5,580) - $29,886
'67 Vette Coupe (4,353) - $23,314

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You'd be pretty hard pressed to get $30K for
a GTV these days. Just goes to show you that
most cars, no matter how great, are usually
not a very good place to invest money.

On the other hand its a great place to put your
money if you want to have lots of fun, and a
truly classic ride:D
 

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I don't think you can make that argument that a GTV should be worth 30k just by adjusting past prices to today's dollars.

What's more interesting (and I think the original intent of the thread) is to compare the cars below with what you can buy for $30K today: Is a GTV comparable to a:

Audi TT
Infinity G35
Mazda RX-8
Nissan 350Z

I don't think there is an answer, 36 years of progress aren't comparable, but it's fun to think about...
:p

Ciao,
 
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