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post #451 of 2587 (permalink) Old 07-25-2008, 10:18 AM
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Ok..... OK I agree But it's not "Rosso Amaranto".
All kidding aside. Both very nice examples. You should be very proud of
such rare auto's.......

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Unrestored '65

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Un restored as in never Painted............... Wow!
I did not intend to mislead anyone...The car was repainted in 1999 and the interior has new seat covers, but the car only has approximately 41,000 original miles.
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well, since I just got it back on the road and took some new pictures, here is my 1972 Euro 2000 GTV
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post #454 of 2587 (permalink) Old 07-30-2008, 09:06 AM
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Talking My '74 2000GTV

Just bought this car two weeks ago. I'm new to the forum, although this is my second Alfa. The first one was an '85 Giulietta Executive. Still can't believe I found this one in such a decent condition. It's been a three-year search for the right price and condition!
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Well, this one was "unrestored" when the photo was taken

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Here's an unrestored '65
Greetings: I had a 1965 Gulia Sprint GT in the late '60s. The top pic is from February 1970. I can vouch for the original nature of the paint, but the negative is 38 years old....

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after over a decade of off-and-on work, Sophia is ready to be unveiled.
she's not 100% ready for prime time, but close enough to show off.

73 GTV (not really a 105, but who's counting?)
every single part has been rebuilt, de-rusted & repainted, or replaced.
built up as a dual purpose street/autocross car.

now i need to find a nice venue to take some killer photos . . .
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Wow! Dino, you have created a masterpiece. Thanks so much for sharing your gorgeous GTV!

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wow...cool

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im liking the 1750 console, seats, door and grill.

ive actually been thinking of putting in a 2L console in my 69...

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Wow, thats a sweet looking Alfa! Thats exactly the direction I'm trying very hard not to take mine in. Very nice work. Elegant but aggressive at the same time.

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thanks for the compliments everyone !

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shannabrook/peformatrek watts?
details can be found here (and the next page) :

http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/susp...l-overs-2.html

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im liking the 1750 console, seats, door and grill . . . ive actually been thinking of putting in a 2L console in my 69...
yeah, i know. i should have just bought a '69 to begin with . . . it was a dilemma when i bought it. i wanted the looks of the 1750, but the mechanicals of the 2000. you missed the side markers and euro taillights

luckily the dash wasn't in the best of shape, so i didn't feel too guilty about cutting a hole in the middle to fit the console. the 1750 center console duplicated gauges that were already in the 2000 instrument panel, so i installed different aftermarket gauges in the pod. i considered just finding a used 1750 dash and change it all out, but they are very hard to find, and lack the ball vents at the ends. i need all the ventilation i can get here in Southern California.

i've started a thread on the restoration. a series of updates is pending :

http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/car-...o-mod-gtv.html

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nonsolobertone nice car-is that one of those Wesbasto sunroofs? What size tyres have you got on those widened rims?

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nonsolobertone nice car-is that one of those Wesbasto sunroofs? What size tyres have you got on those widened rims?

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Hi Richard, These wheels are 6,5 " with 195/65 x 14 Tyres. No sunroof.!!
The car is from Italy, I bought it in 1995. No rust, no welding no bondo, all parts are straight and fits like new. I have rebuilt the 2 liter engine myself. With lowered Eibach springs Red Koni shocks. Montreal Bushings in the rear axle. Oilsump protection.

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Nico..... What a beautiful car. The Dark Blue looks excellant on a car that is as straight as yours.
Bet you only drive on nice days!

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Nico..... What a beautiful car. The Dark Blue looks excellant on a car that is as straight as yours.
Bet you only drive on nice days!
Yes, It has always been in a heated garage, Before 1995 it was stored for 10 years at an Italian collector where it seldon rains or even worse: salt on the winterroad never occur.

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