1975 GT 1600 Junior Restoration
I bought my car about a year ago, and have enjoyed driving it over the past year, gone to a few events and went on the Alfaholics track day.
After a few hundred miles of driving the body started to show signs of some issues, I knew when I bought it that the previous restoration had not been done to a particularly good standard, and despite having a inspection on the car which said that it was in the class of a drivable rolling restoration it seems that the car was held together mostly with filler and sealant.
The car is now off the road undergoing restoration at a local multi marque classic car restorer close to where I live who has a very good local reputation, he isn't cheap, but the quality of his work is outstanding.
Luckily, most of the mechanicals were replaced with new or refurbished parts, so there will be next to no parts bill for the rebuild, the cost is purely in getting the shell where it needs to be and respraying it, then putting it back together with a few cosmetic improvements (new door cards, etc.).
I'll throw up photos here as I receive them from the restorer.
This is how she started out.
1975 Alfa Romeo GT 1600 Junior - Azzurro Le Mans & Cinghiale