The Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 was the ultimate expression of the type 105, succeeding the GTV 1750 in 1971. These are some of the most handsome coupes that Alfa Romeo has ever produced. Not a flamboyant design, but so utterly tasteful that to this day, they still look fresh. This 1974 GTV 2000 for sale in Texas is a tasty little number, with Panasport wheels that compliment the clean, silver bodywork.
1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0. Silver metallic over black, rust free, a real survivor.
2 litre 4 cylinder twin cam
Dual Weber carbs - replaced fuel injection
5-speed manual transmission
4 wheel disc brakes
Wood steering wheel
Dunlop 195/65 14 tires
Full spare with jack
Euro spec body, small bumpers and front side markets filled
One respray of original color over straight body - looks great
Excellent gaps on doors, hood, trunk
Good glass and chrome
Great lines on a unique automobile - Euro look and wheels are a knockout
Original seats and door panels look great
Dash pad is in wonderful shape
Carpets are clean and look good
Original headliner shows some age but is very nice
All gauges working
Just like it was when it was new
Starts right up - runs smoothly
Transmission shifts easily
Pulls very strong
Brakes are excellent
Tires like new
Everything works correctly
Hood release cable is loose - hood can still be opened
Super solid drive anywhere car
Owner claims original miles
Super fun to drive Italian sports car
One of the nicest you can find.
These days, a good GTV 2000 will bring around $25,000 to $30,000 on average, and this well kept example shouldn't be too far out of that range. These cars make great practical classics, as a well sorted one can be reliable enough for regular use while offering up enough performance to keep up with modern day traffic.