With little fanfare, these 105-series GTs have been steadily growing.
Our latest Price Guide Movers on the Up figures show an 8% rise in values for Alfa Romeo GT Juniors, those Giugiaro-penned coupés that share their underpinnings with the saloon and convertible spider siblings. They’ve avoided the spotlight of fad-led investor collectors and the inevitable spikiness in values that would follow. Instead, they remain consistently coveted and enjoyed by a loyal tribe.
The latest move means you’ll typically pay £4.4k for a project car and £27k for something faultless, a modest 5.4% more than values this time last year and a strong but steady 12.9% more than five years ago. They may not have as much power as the more expensive 1750 and 2000GTVs, but once you have those gutsy twin-cam motors singing and their fluid handling at full tilt on a favourite twisty road, you really won’t care. Despite the recent rise, they still look great value compared to anything of the period that’s half as rewarding to own and drive.