How Much - 1of50 Veloce Velocissima Limited Edition Alfetta GT

Asked by Aug 04, 2010 at 03:19 PM about the 1979 Alfa Romeo Alfetta

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

What should be the asking price for

1979 ALFA ROMEO ALFETTA GT (Sprint Veloce Velocissima Edition)
Sprint Veloce, aka Alfetta GT aka GTV4
    One of only 50 ever built with 2.0 liter 4 cyl. SPICA injection

2nd owner (25yrs) - all original
    Bodykit including:  Wheelarch extensions.  Front chin spoiler.
    Hatchback spoiler (like Ferrari 328)  Rear spoiler,  Fog lights.
    Electric Antenna)  Special Wheels - Ronal 14"

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Hi, there sure isn't a lot of information on this rare Velocissima edition Alfetta. This one looks to be in beautiful shape. I am in the process of purchasing one in the S.F. Bay area that is also in all original condition (minus the addition of headers). I was searching to find out how many of these were produced and your post came up. Curious where you got the number (50 ever produced)? I was active on some Alfa forms to try and determine price and what I got was an average of about $5,500 (which seems pretty low for a limited edition car like this...but of course they are just opinions). What I was told is "not too many Alfa folks like the body kit. Just remember...taste is taste...each to his/her own." Anyhow not sure if I'm being of any help at all. I do like the styling and the car in general (performance, handling, etc.). I am getting it checked out thoroughly by an Alfa mechanic, and assuming he doesn't find anything terribly wrong with the car (which I don't expect since he has recently done $2000 in repairs on car getting things in order) I will probably end up picking it up (for about ($5400). Anyway hope you are enjoying yours (unless this is one you are selling or have sold)?. Maybe we need to start a Velocissima a pretty small club...ha :)

10 would be nice to see a Velocissima Club...I would most definitely be interested...I own 2 of them:D If you have spares interested in liquidating I would also be interested in them especially Velocissima specific parts. I live in Spanaway, WA

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Hey James, Forgot to check back on this site for any replies (ha...10 months later)! I ended up purchasing the car and drove it home to WA (I live in Issaquah...luckily have a garage to keep it in). It's been a fun "sunny day" driver. I definitely haven't seen any others around. I don't have any extra parts for the car (unless you want the CA smog pump:). Everything works on the car except for the speedometer (needs new cable). Hasn't been a top priority but would be nice to replace. Hope you are enjoying the two of yours, guessing it would still be a pretty small club in our area for Velocissima's. Hope you're enjoying yours, guessing they're buttoned up for the winter? Maybe see ya on the road sometime?

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