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Can anyone help me out my giving me the production numbers and average price these of LeftHandDrive cars:

1965-1969 GTA
1968-1972 GTA Jr.
1967-1972 1750 GTV
1971-1976 2000 GTV

I have a friend with a 1750 GTV and instantly fell in love with that car, beautiful lines, although I have yet to ride in one.
Anyways I would like to buy one once I'm done with school in about 2 years but would like to start researching so I'll know exactly what to buy.

Anything you guys can tell me would be helpful!!
 

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Welcome to the Board!

There are chassis number listings in this thread. Please be aware though that there is at least one known incorrect GTV chassis numbers listing; that of the US version 1750 type 105.51. The 105.51 1969 model year cars started with chassis number 1530001 and although ending with 1532000, only about 1,200 units were produced. 1971 cars started with #1532001. There were no 1968 or 1970 model year cars (although cars were built in those years).
 

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Thanks for responding!!

Thanks for responding. Ever since I learned about alfa's I've bee obsessed! I think I'm driving my wife nuts.
I am a little confused on how to read the chart that was provided. To get the desired production number for the year, I get the serial number (such as 1971 GTV 1534507), and subtract it to the corresponding year for that year's total?
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You have the right idea. The Fusi data isn't perfect, but it is useful. A few years ago, I made an excel spreadsheet from the Fusi data specific to the GT production. Here's the highlights:

'63 -'67 step front GT/GTV = 32,500
'66 -'72 1300 junior (all bodies) = 80,500
'72 -'73 1600 juniors ............=4,500
'68 -'72 1750s (all versions) = 41,500
'71 -'76 2000s (all versions) = 37,500

So, a little over 196,000 cars.

The GTA looks like this: ~450 1600s, ~375 1300s, ~40 GTAms. They are priced accordingly. Perhaps from $80k to $150k

Value of the steel cars is an entirely different discussion. They are priced solely on condition. We all have preferences for specific models, but the market does not. I know of several truly good cars, (not just "Ebay good"), that have changed hands at or above the $30k mark. From there, it is a condition-based slope down to basically free cars.

hope this helps.
 

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Hi Mike - How recently was the sales ? It seems that just lately that the cars are having re-knewed intrest and full restorations are being done instead of band aids and cover-ups. With the high cost of quality restorations it seems that the cost should escalate in the future ?
 
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