I'm in that crowd. I'm wondering if this one is straight and what parts are missing. What is involved with the brake servo and I'm guessing it is standing pedals and what it takes to put a two liter in it?
The 73 1.3 was on autoscout24 for $13k euro about four to five months ago...I am on the mailing list for Modern Classic Autos outside of Boise, and just received notice that they are about to list a 1973 Giulia Super 1.3 in beige cava for $35,000. It's still listed as "coming soon" on their website, but it has 68,000 km, looks pretty good in the few photos included, and serviced at Santo's. They also still have the 1970 Giulia Super for sale for $55,000. Prices seem high to me although it is hard to say without an in-person inspection, and I do appreciate that they are importing these to the US.
The 73 1.3 was on autoscout24 for $13k euro about four to five months ago.. .
Wow, thanks for the assessment. My morning routine has been to roll through mobile.it, autoscout.it, and subito.it. See my thread https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/sedan-1962-1977/664050-wanted-giulia-buy-here-milano-when-i-return-usa-next-year-3.htmlI posted this 11 months ago and I don't see much has changed.
Every so often I peruse the NW Euro sites for Giulia sales and market comparisons. Looked at just one site, AutoScout24 in NL. Note that there are several other sites but this is usually one of the more prolific. And this is only NL.
Price range: Euro 8750 ($10,500) - 47,500 ($57,000), $ Exch at ~1.2
Average price: Euro 20,000 ($24000)
28 - 1300's - 70%, below the average price
7 - 1600's - most (5) above average
2 - 2L's - both above average
2 - 2L's race/rally prepped - both above average, one top
8 - Nuovas - most (5) below average
2 - Ser. 1's 1600 [65-67](Euro 22k & 30k, $26k & $36k)
Prices have trended up considerably and there are fewer Ser. 1 cars. The average sweet spot used to be around Euro 13,000, now 20,000.
Also noted 1 SS, 4 Sprint Coupes and 5 Giulia spiders.