Classic Motorsports Car Catcher: Alfa Value

Looking for a cool old Alfa? Check out this 1972 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000. The sellers says he’s been using it as a semi-daily driver. That’s an interesting choice, but these cars were meant to be driven. The price listed is $27,000. That’s less than number three value for this car according to Hagerty, and it looks pretty clean.

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Hungary Bill
Hungary Bill UltraDork
4/7/16 11:21 a.m.

Please don't show me these. They really put a strain on my marriage.

Love the ad:

Joe Craigslister said: it does however checks all the boxes one would expect for a 40 year old italian daily driver.... trans leak -- check, oil leak -- check, rattles - check wind noise -- check, squeaks - check cracked dash -- check, easy cold start - not so much tempermental downshift into 3rd - check left turn signal only works when foot is off break - check (fixed this) radio inop - check duct tape - check overspray in engine compartment - check various large parts that should be on the car stored in the trunk - check small interior trim pieces in glovebox - check ice cold air in the winter with windows down - check heat works most of the time - check doors require a healthy slam due to lame aftermarket seals installed by po - check previous owner bubba-esque repairs (ie panels attached with some metric, some sae, some phillips, some slotted fasteners, hideous floorpan repairs) -- check missing dash switch for defrost - check working horn - check little missing rubber pieces that cost $100's and dont really do anything - check costco floormats - check ear to ear grin while driving - check
racerdave600
racerdave600 SuperDork
4/7/16 3:53 p.m.

It makes me want to cry when I look at the values for these now. I sold my '73 GTV for something like $3,500 back in the '90's. I want to say I bought it for $2,000 in '91 or '92. I loved that car.

oldeskewltoy
oldeskewltoy UltraDork
4/7/16 4:40 p.m.
racerdave600 wrote: It makes me want to cry when I look at the values for these now. I sold my '73 GTV for something like $3,500 back in the '90's. I want to say I bought it for $2,000 in '91 or '92. I loved that car.

my 72 I bought for $900(about 1977)... it got rear ended by a plow nosed Impala which crumpled the rear end under the car....

still the least comfortable driving position I've ever had....... also my original inspiration for small twin cam rwd coupes

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