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This is my first post to this forum; thanks in advance for all your help.

I'm looking to purchase a '69 Ghibli coupe after a lifetime of Porsches, Alfas, and an occasional mid-year Corvette.

I'm confused about values: Sports Car Market says the Ghibli is worth 35-40k but I see them trading in the 70k neighborhood.

I'd also like to talk to someone who has owned one of these cars. I want to go into this with my eyes wide open.

Thanks!

Paul in Atlanta
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playswitholdcars said:
This is my first post to this forum; thanks in advance for all your help.

I'm looking to purchase a '69 Ghibli coupe after a lifetime of Porsches, Alfas, and an occasional mid-year Corvette.

I'm confused about values: Sports Car Market says the Ghibli is worth 35-40k but I see them trading in the 70k neighborhood.

I'd also like to talk to someone who has owned one of these cars. I want to go into this with my eyes wide open.

Thanks!

Paul in Atlanta
'67 Alfa Duetto
'74 Porsche 911 Carrera

Paul,
That was the value at the time they were compiled, between that time, the publishing date and today, price have risen.

As is tradition Maserati prices will follow the Ferrari market.

Joe

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I think they will. They are old cars that are now transitioning towards being highly desirable classics. Attrition will also decrease their numbers. Retiring baby boomers with relatively high disposable income will probably continue to buy the few that are left, increasing the demand with a diminishing supply.
 
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