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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-19-2006, 11:11 AM Thread Starter
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I have a friend who just bought his 1st Alfa Spider, 93 Veloce wanted to know if there are any shops in Atlanta anyone could recommend. He lives 10miles from downtown. Also his Alfa makes a crunch noise when he drives in first gear going up a hill or event when he accelerates? Any idea what could be wrong
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-19-2006, 11:58 AM
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Atlanta has 3 possibilities as listed below. I use Bob at AutoDelta and I've been very satisfied. I've not used Hans (he seems to be semi-retired?), but I've heard good things about his work. Paul Spruell mainly sells parts these days, but you might find some of his mechanics at the Bimmer Store.

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3698 Clairmont Road
Atlanta, GA 30341
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623 Dunton Circle
Smyrna, Georgia. 30082
http://www.imw-alfa.com
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Chamblee, Georgia 30341-3617
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I bought my 164 from Paul Spruell in 2000. At that time they still had a shop.

Very good to do business with.

Currently Owned:
1957 Giulietta Spider (Maria - Home from the painter!!)
1988 Quadrifoglio (Tony)
1987 BMW 653CSI (Gustav)
2002 VW Passat Wagon V6
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1994 164LS 5-Speed

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1967 Fiat Dino Coupe - Restoration
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I bought my 164 from Paul Spruell in 2000. At that time they still had a shop.

Very good to do business with.
No shop anymore though. Just his daughter selling race parts.

'85 GTV6
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No shop anymore though. Just his daughter selling race parts.
I thought Paul would still do restoration work? Oh well, now I'll have to get Maaco
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AutoDelta is a way to go. Hans at Italian Motor Works seems to be semi-retired and not much interested in new clients.

A few of Spruells mechanics are at The Bimmer Store and they work on Alfas too. Spruell no longer works on Alfas.
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You would think that somebody would be gearing up for Alfa in 2007.

Currently Owned:
1957 Giulietta Spider (Maria - Home from the painter!!)
1988 Quadrifoglio (Tony)
1987 BMW 653CSI (Gustav)
2002 VW Passat Wagon V6
2012 VW Tiguan SEL 4-Motion

Gone, But Not Forgotten:
1966 Giulia Sprint GT
1994 164LS 5-Speed

Working on:
1959 Giulietta Spider - Restoration
1967 Fiat Dino Coupe - Restoration
1967 Duetto - Freshening
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