15k: Portrait Mode: 1974 Alfa Romeo GT Veloce 2000
It is hard to look at pictures of an Alfa Romeo GTV 105/115 series and not fall in love…well, unless the pictures are taken in blow-your-brains-out 21:9 ratio portrait mode, but even that cannot tarnish the beauty of a red GTV. (DT has cropped the photos to make them more user friendly for human beings and dogs). Find this 1974 Alfa Romeo GT Veloce 2000 for sale in Beverly Hills, CA currently bidding on ebay for $13,100 with a few hours to go.
The quad headlight setup of a Alfa GTV 2000 is just undeniably cool. It is the automotive equivalent of James Dean giving Clint Eastwood a manly, across the room head nod.
This GTV is powered by a 2.0 liter dual-overhead-cam inline-4 good for 129 horsepower (SAE net or 150 SAE gross for comparison to 60’s power ratings) and 134 ft-lbs of torque. The red covered Alfa engine isn’t just another lump of junk from the 1960s, it is an all alloy beast that is fitted with SPICA fuel injection and makes great noises when revv’d.
Just a single sample of the portrait aligned photos that pollute the seller’s shutterfly account and earn him a well deserved Unsold Adam’s award. Click the above link at your own risk.
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Looks pretty but air horns instead of a filter sounds good but is not good for a long life.
I Love these GTV Alfas…
While no expert, prices seem to be creeping upwards as the Juniors continue to rise in prices
To my eyes, the 2000 GTVs are better looking, and I'm sure would make better grand tourer with a longer wheelbase & a bigger, more confortable, cabin (something I always look at because I'm 6'3 with size 14 feet)
Good luck with the sale
Only things I'd change would be:
– Mirrors – chrome rectangular ones for a classic look. Chrome Bullets for a more sporty one
– Wheels – Panasports always look good, but are rather common. Steel wheels also look very nice on GTVs
– Radio – I'd look for a period-look radio or even a vintage one that doesn't work (who needs a radio anyway when you can hear that engine rev!)
All minor stuff, of course, provided that the basics all check out
I love this car. I'm always surprised they aren't valued higher.
A beautiful affordable Italian 4-seater that makes wonderful sounds.
Nice car although 1750 remains my choice.