Great photos and more importantly a great place to have your "metal-works" redone and restored - especially if you're in the mountain region of the US. This is actually my car and I hand-picked The Metal Surgeon to do this work - I wanted it done right so that the car can enjoy another 50 years of life - all in my family. This was originally my dad's car from new. He sold it to my uncle after about two years of ownership - as my uncle was tired of listening to his older brother (my dad) rant about getting a "real Italian sports car". My uncle was a Porsche guy and as such, he told my dad that the only car he wanted was my dad's '67 GTV (I suspect he didn't think my dad would take him up on his offer). My dad had 13 different Alfa's - this one being the only one he ever bought new.
The good news is the story continues - the car will undergo a complete restoration of the body / paint, mechanical, electrical, interior, etc... All but the body and paint are being undertaken by my oldest son and I. My son is really my inspiration for this car - he is an absolute car fanatic and it's my sincerest desire to see the car in my family for another 50 years. We're currently rebuilding the gearbox and other than something wrong with the 1st gear portion of the rebuild (it won't spin freely after reassembly for some reason), we're really enjoying getting our hands dirty and learning something new every day. It's quite rewarding and enjoyable to intimately learn so much about the car.
All for now...
Oh, and I feel completely honored to be a part of this great BB community - especially being in the Denver, Colorado area where I know a number of the BB members reside. I'm especially fortunate to know Karen MacGowan - who my dad did business with for at least 30 years and who I now count on for advice and her infinite knowledge about Alfas.
Lastly, I highly, highly recommend Jon at The Metal Surgeons (he's the owner). His craftsmanship is second to none, he's fair in his business dealings and most importantly, he does what he says he's going to do - when he says he's going to do it, he always keeps you informed on the progress and is a pleasure to talk with. Use him - you won't regret it.