Sprint Speciales are why I started this blog. Below are the 2010 SS sales I recorded including the sale of my own two cars. Seems like prices have gotten a little more realistic for middle of the road cars. Enjoy.
Market 250 was 2 cars, the cheaper of which was SS 10121*380211, quite rusty but with matching engine selling for $6500.
Market 268 was this unidentified and unpriced SS in France. Lets (generously) call it $12,000.
Market 250 was two cars, the more expensive of which was SS 10120*00413, a fairly complete project selling for $16,500.
Market 198 was SS 10121 380557 sold out of Peru on eBay for $24,100.
Market 267 was this unidentified SS on a German car site. Was a car I knew from the California Melee. I’m going to guess $38,000…
Market 191 was this unidentified bluette Giulia SS out of France for $39,700.
Market 269 was Sprint Speciale 10121*381131, an original but with some rocker rust beginning to manifest. Asking was ‘more than $50K’, realistic was more like $45K, not sure if it’s still available.
Market 271 is SS 10120*00215 out of Italy. I’m going to guess it would take about $50K to buy this even though I think that’s a little high for what you get.
Market 208 was an unidentified Giulietta SS with an asking price of $53,700.
Market 259 was SS 10120*177423 which sold for $50,000, was shipped to Texas and resold for $55,000 in a quick turn-and-burn.
Market 218 was SS 10121 381349 which sold at a Bonhams auction for about $60,000.
Market 224 was SS 10121 381221, offered out of Austria for $60,800.
Market 170 was a perfect Spain based Giulia SS for $125,000.
Market 226 was SS 10120 00533, asking price was $250,000, word is it was never actually for sale.