No later than two years ago, a Giulia SS priced like this one was positioned at the top end of the market: in this moment it’s the cheapest SS that money can buy, and basically one of the last “not project cars” under $100k.
That’s good for a long term owner who has seen his asset value increased, that’s bad for all that bunch of Alfa lovers who are seeing these cars increasingly unattainable. That’s a shame beacause, the more a car is valued, the less are the chances to see one driven around the neighborhood just to have fun, not only to go to a show.
This particular car looks like a almost preserved car: “almost” because, although interiors look complete, correct and original, for sure the car had some interventions in the past, especially on the engine which, with the exception of the red cam cover, looks correct. The seller says that the car still has the original plates and papers, and that it has been always stored in an enclosed garage. We’ll see if this car will last more than one week. Find it for sale at €65,000 (today $88,000) here in Padova, Italy.