16: Steve Ahlgrim


Steve Ahlgrim has been buying and selling collectible automobiles for nearly 40 years. Along the way, he put his experience to good use judging several Concours a year. While his expertise is the Ferrari marque, his assignments have ranged from brass era Buicks to the most modern exotics. Steve is a board member of the IAC/PFA, a Ferrari judging council. He also has helped in the planning of several shows and serves as the Chief Judge of the Celebration Florida Exotic Car Festival. Motorcar Gallery is a company he works with today.

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THE COLLECTOR CAR MARKET AS YOU SEE IT TODAY
Evolving

THE VEHICLE YOU BOUGHT
Lotus Europa

THE VEHICLE YOU SOLD
308 GTB Ferrari

THE VEHICLE YOU WILL NEVER LET GO
308 Ferrari GTB

THE ULTIMATE COLLECTOR CAR
Pegaso Z102 or a Ferrari 328 GTS or a last front-engine Corvette

YOUR BUSINESS
Steve’s business evolves with the market. If he senses the market is too high, he may focus more on consignments rather than buying.

WHERE TO FIND STEVE
Business Website Motor Car Gallery
Facebook
Instagram @ItalianCarGallery
E-mail – ItalyCars@aol.com

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2 comments

  1. I used to deal with Steve Ahlgrim back in the late 70’s @ FAF he was always great to deal with. I owned a brand new 308GT$ series 2 that cost $23500 it was the worst Ferrari I owned. I replaced it with a 1977 308GTB Met. Grigio w Red interior. I then got a 78 308GTS.Black The 77 GTB was a better .car. more HP and more room. I replaced that with a Ford GT 2006 4 option super car. and a new 2009 front engine Black Vette I think the 77 GTB was more fun. So I think Steve is right.on the money.

  2. There was a typo should have read 308GT4 series 2. It was originally ordered white on white for Randal Turny the importer for Ferrari USA and sold at Wide world of cars after he changed his personal order to a 77 GTB

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