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Good afternoon,
My dad has an Alfa Romeo GTV6 (1985 maybe) - which he's sadly neglected. I'd like to bring it back to it's former glory, but I'm not sure where to start.

Perhaps someone out there has similarly brought an Alfa back to life and can offer some help.

Any good mechanics/shops you would recommend? I've seen a few shops recommended, so maybe I'll start there.

Any comments are greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
 

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Did you get your GTV6 fixed yet? If so, how's the work and what's the cost? I have an 83' and I spend a lot to keep it up. But I love it.
 

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Repair of Gtv----salvador

Pino is the man !!!
Clinically thorough.....Old-school sensibility with today's technology..........reliable, straight-talker..........reasonable prices.

Has been the only mechanic trusted with my 164s since 1995.


Pinarello Motori.........905.264.0897

320 Hanlan Rd. Woodbridge Ont.
 

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Repair of Gtv----salvador

Pino is the man !!!
Clinically thorough.....Old-school sensibility with today's technology..........reliable, straight-talker..........reasonable prices.

Has been the only mechanic trusted with my 164s since 1995.


Pinarello Motori.........905.264.0897

320 Hanlan Rd. Woodbridge Ont.
 

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This guy George at Fine Auto Repair is a master at Alfa!!
Several of my friends and I have been going to him with incredible results!


14 Elrose Ave, North York, ON M9M 2H6
(416) 747-7766 ‎
 
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