Submitted by Alex on Sun, 05/03/2015 - 13:00
We have a selection of cars that have just become available for sale, a brace of lovely GTV6's that between them should suit lovers of both original, unmolested cars & those that like some subtle upgrades to help bring out the best of these superb & underated cars. Finally an Alfa SZ fitted with a 3.0 24 valve engine that originally started life in a 164.
Please see our For Sale page for detailed photos & information on each car.
Submitted by Alex on Wed, 02/18/2015 - 14:34
Owned by the same gentleman since 1990 this old girl last saw the road in 1991! Since then she has been sat variously in dry garages or for the last 10 years or so a barn. Having always intended to undertake the restoration himself, following a number of years in the restoration trade, at age 60 he finally realised that if he ever wanted her to see the road again he was going to have to pass the job on to somebody else!
Submitted by Alex on Thu, 10/16/2014 - 22:38
This GTV6 is undoubtably the largest and most 'bespoke' project we have undertaken since starting the business in 2002. The owner came to me having never owned or driven a GTV6, but he had lusted after one since seeing & hearing one pull away from a junction as a lad in 1981! We started with a down at heel base car that was ripe & ready for a rebuild. The original breif was to build a fast road/ track car with the emphasis towards track work.
Submitted by Bill on Tue, 12/04/2007 - 16:59
Practical Performance Car magazine (www.ppcmag.co.uk) recently ran two articles featuring cars prepared by Alex. October 2007 issue contained a GTV6 Buyers' Guide with some stunning studio shots (see below) of a newly restored, red 3.0 car. The following month Alex's own 75 featured in a test of "£2K" track cars.