1969 Alpine GT's

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1969 Alpine GT's

Postby jaars » Tue Apr 14, 2009 7:14 am

Well, Finally the '69 Alpine GT's are getting popular. Afte Bob W restored one therre are not one, not two, but three on EBay! And also a Rapier Convertible. Somebody is going to have a steal.

Btw it shows the Rootes (Sunbeam) hobby is still affordable for whomever wants to get into it.
Another reason for the club to cater to more than just Tigers,
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Re: 1969 Alpine GT's

Postby ImpBarn » Tue Apr 14, 2009 6:22 pm

I'm liking the Rapier myself. That is a cute convertible with its little '50's fins. Looks like its fairly complete as well. That would be an easy restoration.

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Re: 1969 Alpine GT's

Postby 65beam » Tue Apr 14, 2009 7:00 pm

robert,
the white car is my fifth 69 that i have .i bought my first one in the early 80's .i had it at the dayton united many years ago .it seems that interest in them has taken off recently .

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Re: 1969 Alpine GT's

Postby darlaih » Wed Jun 24, 2009 2:48 pm

can anyone give me more info on the 69 alpine gt i have one its solid and runs just need tlc any idea what the value of these things are

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Re: 1969 Alpine GT's

Postby Sunbeam74 » Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:22 pm

I really like the Rapier convertible. I'd race a Rapier Sedan (Needs to be 1961 or earlier) if I could find a good solid one.

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