Let's see your Alfa Romeos!

Let's see your Alfa Romeos!

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V8

109 posts

184 months

Sunday 21st February 2010
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My little stead.


velocemitch

3,274 posts

188 months

Sunday 21st February 2010
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Couple of pictures of my current fleet;

Red 2000GTV at the Knockhill Speedfair last year.


1750GTV out on the Berwick Classic 07


My old 156 JTS


GTA Sportwagon, sadly sold and much missed.

Edited by velocemitch on Sunday 21st February 18:55

RicksAlfas

11,197 posts

212 months

Sunday 21st February 2010
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DaveShark said:

My first Alfa thumbup
Perfect.
Will there ever be a better looking four door car?

velocemitch

3,274 posts

188 months

Sunday 21st February 2010
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Yup.... one of those with teledials not Selespeeds wink

RicksAlfas

11,197 posts

212 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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You know, I like the Selespeeds, especially in 17".
Very easy to clean too!
biggrin

Alex

9,973 posts

252 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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V8 said:
My little stead.

Absolutely love Montreals.

Mr Dog

4 posts

140 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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My previous GTV



My current V6 Alfa.



Pistonheads - Xmas Meet '09



Edited by Mr Dog on Monday 22 February 13:45

stuartalfa

318 posts

185 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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My old 156 V6, loved this car.



My GTA





ritmo

600 posts

139 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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the one I kept



Edited by ritmo on Monday 22 February 20:58


Edited by ritmo on Monday 22 February 21:01

ritmo

600 posts

139 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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the one I let go



Edited by ritmo on Monday 22 February 21:01

arguti

1,433 posts

154 months

Tuesday 23rd February 2010
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The 155 daily Driver



The soon to be ready GTV6 3.0 Autodelta beast



The carb-fed v6 almost ready




Work in progress




RicksAlfas

11,197 posts

212 months

Tuesday 23rd February 2010
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Oooo ooo oo. Tell us more about the GTV6.
Is it a South African one?
3.0 six carb job??

arguti

1,433 posts

154 months

Tuesday 23rd February 2010
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Yessir, one of these

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C126162/

This was technically the first production 3.0 V6 from Alfa (even Autoitalia got that wrong!)

Currently just doing aircon and MOT, refurbishing wheels after a respray down at Alex Jupe's place.

(www.alexjupemotorsport.co.uk)

Can't wait for the warmer weather to get her out on the road.



Edited by arguti on Tuesday 23 February 15:38

RicksAlfas

11,197 posts

212 months

Tuesday 23rd February 2010
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cool

Does the NACA duct actually feed the air box or is it just for show?

arguti

1,433 posts

154 months

Tuesday 23rd February 2010
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Only for show....I have head stories that these engines don't really run well on trumpets and socks and integrity of the air filter box is vital but then again, I need to confirm what air filter set up they actually used for racing in south Africa at the time. Sampie Bosman, who was intimately involved in the project in SA, is still alive and well so I will try get hold of him to pick his brains on this.

T%he car will be rolling roaded imminently and air filters for them are NLA but occasionally crop up which is my next job. However, even Alex had to call me when he fired her up as the sound of 6 Dellortos on song takes the Alfa v6 sound one level up!

Rick, if you look at the engine bay shot you can actually see where it is blanked off on the underside of the bonnet.

Edited by arguti on Tuesday 23 February 17:35

Nero601

1,566 posts

164 months

Wednesday 24th February 2010
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arguti said:
The 155 daily Driver

cool

what zorst is that ???

arguti

1,433 posts

154 months

Wednesday 24th February 2010
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custom made Jobbie sorted by the previous owner....more show than go but stainless and professionally done so all ok with me (along with the Autodelta chip which really improves the drive overall rather than out and out increased power).

http://www.autodeltashop.com/index.php?cPath=26&am...

Edited by arguti on Wednesday 24th February 22:23


Edited by arguti on Wednesday 24th February 22:23

Nero601

1,566 posts

164 months

Wednesday 24th February 2010
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arguti said:
custom made Jobbie sorted by the previous owner....more show than go but stainless and professionally done so all ok with me (along with the Autodelta chip which really improves the drive overall rather than out and out increased power
cheers for the reply thumbup

slinks off to google Autodelta chips biggrin

Kinky

38,023 posts

237 months

Wednesday 24th February 2010
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arguti said:
The 155 daily Driver

cloud9

Nero601

1,566 posts

164 months

Wednesday 24th February 2010
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not a very good pics but here is my 155 smile