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post #1801 of 2586 (permalink) Old 05-02-2014, 09:28 PM
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Vroom, great car - I`ve got bianco spino (hawthorne white) 2 litre GTV 2000 too so appreciate pics of white GTV`s to keep me enthused about my own car presently being restored.
Got excited also when I saw that grey primer saloon in the background thinking it was a Lancia Appia berlina but it`s too wide - is it a Peugeot 403?

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GTV in white with saddle tan interior is one of the best GTV's!

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Car spec is as follows:

Alfaholics TS KIt (pistons/cams/Weber 45s) approx 170 RWHP

Seats custom Porsche RSR with heaters and adjustable lumbar/ Alfa stitch pattern by GTS Classics.

Suspension by Avanti Spares Brisbane Road/Track Day

15' Alfaholics GTA reps with Yokos

Hellebore wheel fitted and instruments re printed in Autodelta style

Delete rear seat as per earlier factory option

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Nice looking car. Is the classic car movement big in Turkey?

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Nice looking car. Is the classic car movement big in Turkey?
Thanks. There are more than 15 clubs,6 museums and a federation to organize Classic Car activities. Very interesting inventory exists here. Mainly people are interested in American cars because in 50s and 60s only Amerecans ünd VW's were available here. Impalas, Mustangs, Camaros and Mopars are common populars. Porsche, Mercedes Benz are european favorites but it is no surprise to find any make and model accross the country. The restoration results despite having cheap and talented labour is not taken seriously. Also most of the "enthusiasts" lack basic principles and knowledge Thus a lot of cars lose originality. PS Alfa is also very popular in Four big cities.
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Twin Pipes! Caspita? Not sure if that is a compliment or criticism? I had twin Ansa on my Ochre GTV 20 years ago, didn't like that it didn't fit the cutout. Had twin pipes on my red GTV didn't like that the body cutout was modified!

I'll take it as a compliment then. The twin pipe Ansa is almost standard fitment on any Italian sports car and I think the modified opening looks almost 'stock'.


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'70 GT Junior

Back on the road after a 19 year hiatus, this South African stepnose now resides in the Netherlands. And that's not a huge antenna sticking out the back...
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ZAalfa, nicely done !!

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Strange to see a RHD stepnose in the Netherlands !!
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ZAalfa, the car's looking awesome. Nice to see you here on the Bulletin Board.

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ZAalfa, nicely done !!
Thanks 101/105guy. Btw, you've been a great source of information during the restoration.

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Strange to see a RHD stepnose in the Netherlands !!
Hi Quadrifolio. You're right! The only other RHD I've seen here is a well-known white GTA. Driving a RHD is no problem because there are very few single lane roads where overtaking is an option.

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ZAalfa, the car's looking awesome. Nice to see you here on the Bulletin Board.
Thanks Jay. Who knows, perhaps we can meet up in France on your way to Dargle!

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