Selling a 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600
Founded in 1910, the Alfa Romeo Company is an Italian automaker that has become renowned for its exotic luxury cars and racing successes. In fact, classic Alfa Romeo models are some of the most sought-after in today’s classic car industry among Alfa enthusiasts and classic car collectors alike. Much-anticipated, the Alfa Romeo 2600 range would be unveiled at the 1962 Geneva Motor Show as a replacement to the popular Alfa Romeo 2000 range. The 2600 would first be available as a Berlina Sedan, while Sprint Coupe and Spider Convertible models would follow. If you’re thinking about selling your 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 classic, the Sprint and Spider models – as well as some of the special edition models like the De Luxe and Sprint Zagato – are perhaps the most favored. Berlina Sedan examples, however, are considered excellent entries into classic Alfa Romeo ownership and are still widely popular. As with most classic cars, buyers will be looking for the best condition example available within their budget. These early Alfa Romeo 2600 models are rust-prone and educated buyers will certainly want to know and understand the overall condition of your classic. One way to help them feel confident in your particular model is to allow a third-party inspection and to provide as much documentation as you can with regard to past maintenance, service and restoration.
1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Seller’s Guide
One of the most interesting facts about the 1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 and other model-years is the number of these classics that have seen body damage from rear-end accidents. Because the Alfa Romeo 2600 offered four-wheel disc brakes, unlike many of its American counterparts at the time, the 2600 boasted much shorter stopping distances and would often be rear-ended. Buyers and third-party inspectors will look for signs in the trunk floor, as well as along the car’s lateral bracing. Similarly, buyers will want to inspect body panels for any signs of repair or damage. While most buyers are not looking for a Concours d’Elegance-quality example, always be upfront about the condition of your classic and price it accordingly.
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