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'69 GTV for sale (restoration project)

Okay, I have a '69 GTV complete, zero rust, straight body, already disasembled ready for block sanding and paint. The engine is complete with 190 compression in all four cylinders but the SPICA is bad. The car is complete (have all parts), comes with brand new tail lights. The seats need recovering, headliner is okay. I have a set of five star (spider) cromodoras with new 185/60/14 for sale as well. It took me four years to restore my '73 GTV (got it back from the shop yesterday) still needs finishing touches. I am not looking forward to spending a few more years restoring this one. Besides, I am focusing all my time and mula on the '69 Spider I purchased last week.

I purchased this 1750 GTV on e-bay about a year ago for $2,500.00. I figure letting it go for $1,750.00 (1750 engine) Hahaha. You can see a picture of it under "who let the dogs out" behind "Dukie" the 170lb Rot. The car is primered, was painted white but the original color is green. I could to a One-Day paint job, cut corners and put it on e-bay but this car deserves better.

Alvin.
 

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I am interested in your GTV, i have been looking for one for some time now. Everytime i see a nice alfa for sale it's sold a week later, Looks like Alfa is coming back. Does the car run? I have been ill for a couple of days now but my father works in the area and maybee he could check it out.
 

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Hi John, the car does not run, the SPICA needs to be replaced. The brakes and electrical seem to work fine. The body is straight and comes with all the parts. Let me know if you are interested

Thanks.

Alvin.
 
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