Pics of my '91 Alfa Spider Veloce that I found in April'18 via Auto Trader at Hendricks Mazda in Buford, near Atlanta, Georgia. I bought the car a month ahead site unseen basis what appeared to be a well cared for Alfa & which came with a binder of service receipts from a previous owner. I wired the funds weeks ahead to seal the deal. Later I flew up on a 1 way; paid extra for all fluids be changed (engine oil & filter that I took with me, transmission oil; differential fluid; coolant flush, refill & bleed). Then drove her back 840 miles back to Houston stopping 1 night in Pascagoula, Miss. She made it back without a hiccup bar one: she kept blowing a 10 amp fuse randomly. No wonder the dealer gave me a zip lock bag full of about a dozen 10 amp blade fuses. All gauges went to zero was the indication as old technician who changed fluids told me this had a habit of happening and showed me where the 10 amp fuse needed to go. (under driver's left knee at drop down fuse block). After this happened twice I figured I would never make it home on a dozen fuses having already replaced 2 within 120 miles of Atlanta. So I bought more fuses but only found 1 last assortment. I decided to stick in a 15 amp fuse and she did not blow that fuse again the rest of the journey home. During the gutting of interior in June'18 I discovered the relay that dims the interior courtesy lights in foot well, both sides, was broken causing a short. I replaced this with a used relay from Larry's Alfa parts; went back to a 10 amp blade fuse. Never had the problem again. I had an Upholstery shop (Sublime Heights Seams & Sounds) refurbish the seats, door cards etc while I did the removal & refit at my home garage to be sure no parts got lost. It took 2 months for the shop redo the interior with some personal touches of my own. World Upholstery in California did the custom floor mats; again to my design. I had real tan leather and suede (alcantara) be used for seats, door panels. During the removal/refit I found the anti theft code to oem radio cassette on underside of the radio which works great. I popped in a cassette & plays nice. Since these pics I have replaced wooden gear knob & brake grip with mahogany wood custom knob & brake grip from C.G. Autowood. Car is a head turner and best of show at Fiat & ALfa car meets. Concurrently, upgraded brakes with Wilwood 4 pot performance calipers, new pads; braided s.s. brake hoses; new master cylinder & booster; suspension parts and exhaust upgrades (all from Centerline Alfa). Next upgrade is GTA 15 x 7 wheels from Maxilites to happen soon.