A series 4 Spider is not even historical at this point ('91s will be in 2016), and there were plenty made, and plenty are still available. Hence, these cars are simply "used classics" rather than collectible vehicles that are rare or of special significance. Thus, for many years to come the value of your car will depend on its condition, and not on any investment potential... As has been proven many times, it is far cheaper to buy a perfect car for $20k, than it is to take any car and restore it to perfection....... BUT I WONDER IS THIS CAR REALLY GOING TO KEEP UP ITS VALUE EVEN AFTER ALFA WILL RETURN TO THE USA ON 2009 OR IT IS GOING TO MAKE IT WORSE ?? IT IS ALSO AN INVESTMENT THAT I WANT TO PROTECT....YOU KNOW !!
That 94 CE at Village sounds nice. BTW, I dealt with Village when I was looking for my 164. Although I ended up buying elsewhere, they were very courteous and cooperative. I am told they were also an Alfa dealer, so they should know something about these cars.hanks for your Opinion. But would you buy that Alfa 1`991 with 7851 miles or a 1994 CE with 33,000 miles for the same price ??
The re is a '94 CE also for sale at a small dealer in Williansville,NY he want for it about $ 20,500, ONE OWNER, ALWAYS SERVICED AT THAT DEALER ( 'Village Autosale)
What do you suggest ?
Thank you again for your suggestions !!!