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So - if I'm reading that correctly - the GT 3.2 is actually rarer (by numbers produced) than the GTAs?
Total production numbers, yes.
But you are adding together two different versions of 147 and four different versions of 156...
and with no thought at all to RHD or numbers in the UK.
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and the seles are the rarest, but you better keep your wallet open. Fun when it works, not so fun when your stuck in gear in the intersection of your choice.
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So - if I'm reading that correctly - the GT 3.2 is actually rarer (by numbers produced) than the GTAs?
Worldwide, yes. But there were more GT 3.2s imported to the UK than there were GTAs. UK prices tend to be a little lower for GT 3.2s than for GTAs, even considering some GTAs are 2002 registered, the oldest GTs are 2004.
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I have the 55 plate Dijon blue metallic one Autolusso had in the summer. It's had a full engine rebuild and mechanically sound. 47k on the clock. Couldn't resist chopping the 159 in for it. I negotiated down and eventually threw 9 grand at it. The engine is a masterpiece. I'm living with the slightly older feel of the car for the V6 and the styling- it's starting to look even better now as it ages.

I will hold on to it as it is becoming quite rare. Is it a potential classic?
Potential classic ?! thats got future classic written all over it, possibly the greatest V6 ever made, beautiful shape, its a bertone classic.

I'd say its a solid gold future classic
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Potential classic ?! thats got future classic written all over it, possibly the greatest V6 ever made, beautiful shape, its a bertone classic.

I'd say its a solid gold future classic
Agree. I think long term the GT will be more sought after than the GTA. Coupe, lovely styling. Looks like nothing else. I do love the look of the GTA but a coupe just feels like a more special car. No logic, just what I think.
Edit- I'm biased as I own a gt3.2

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What about prices...on the increase longer term?
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