good condition alfa spider with tan interior and electric windows and roof, all in working order
A powerful Alfa Romeo GT JTD. This car presents very well benefiting from attractive spoke style alloy wheels and clean paintwork. ;;The car also has air conditioning, a 6 speed gearbox, electric windows, steering controls, BOSE speakers, alloy wheels and sculpted leather seats.;;The car will come with a full 12 months MOT upon purchase.
Representative example:;Purchase price GBP 3799;Customer deposit GBP 1000;Total amount of credit GBP 2799;Rate of fixed interest p.a 6.99%;Acceptance fee GBP 199;Vehicle protection payment GBP 150;48 monthly payments of GBP 83.92;Total amount payable GBP 5028.16;% APR representative 20.9% ;
For sale is probably the best Alfa Romeo 145 1.8 TS 16v in the UK. Of the 22 cars left taxed on UK roads, not many can boast one owner and only 62,000 documented miles from new. It comes with a fully stamped up service book, featuring 9 stamps up to 2006 after which the owners BMW technician son meticulously serviced the car every year. We have many MOTs to support the mileage and even the original bill of sale for £16,008.98. It has a very good spec including air conditioning, remote heated mirrors, electric windows with one touch on the drivers side, central locking, alarm system, power steering and a drivers airbag. Everything works! It's a very practical car with split, folding rear seats. The previous owner has just MOTed the car (due April 2017), it has had a cambelt, clutch, brakes and tyres recently and as such is ready to go. The space saver spare is unused and we still have the original tool kit. We have two sets of keys and the all important master key, all the service books, stickers and documents in the Alfa folder. We are 5 minutes from junction 5 off the M20. Viewing strictly by appointment. Call us on 07711 645465 to view the car.
Enrico Fumia of Pininfarina's low slung wedge design with high 'kamm tail' was reminiscent of his earlier Audi-based Pininfarina Quartz prototype of 1981. The striking lines of the new Grand Turismo Veloce (GTV) and Spiders, revealed at Geneva Salon in 1995, earned countless prestigious design awards from most motoring quarters. Characteristically, the car features concealed headlamps, designed in conjunction with Carello, mounted beneath a clamshell bonnet with illumination port-holes. Build quality was notably a close match to its German rivals and the GTV/Spider helped considerably with rejuvenating Alfa Romeo's reputation for beautiful design and quality crafted sportscars. The year 2000, two-litre cars were fitted with an upgraded twin-cam engine with 153bhp, until Euro3 emissions regulations restricted the performance from August 2000 onwards. Registered new in April 2000, this one private owner two-Litre T-Spark Spider was sent, at a few months old, to Alfa Romeo's recognised performance specialist engineers 'Autodelta' for a GT28 Turbo Conversion with longer 5th gear to handle the 152mph top speed. Published output increased from 153bhp to 220bhp with 0-62mph reached in 6.2
The first prototype of the Giulietta SS was presented in 1957 at the Turin Motor Show. After two more prototypes were presented in car shows, the official presentation of the production version for the press was on the 24th June 1959 on the Monza race track. The bigger engined 1.6 litre Giulia series replaced the Giulietta and was introduced at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show. As Giulietta is the diminutive for Giulia in Italian, the new Giulia name was a wordplay hinting that the new car was a grown-up version of the Giulietta. In spite of a Giulia SS prototype, Alfa Romeo decided to retain the Giulietta-shaped SS in production. The 1,570cc engine made up to 200km/h (120mph) possible. The 1,570cc engine with Weber 40 DCOE2 carburettors was taken from Giulia Sprint Veloce and delivered 112 hp (84 kW) of power. Production ended in 1965, with a last single Sprint Speciale completed in 1966. Only 1,366 examples of the Giulia Sprint Speciale were built, this however is a particularly rare motor car as it is 1 of only 25 righthand drive examples produced. Delivered new to England, it still retains the original registration plate, first designated to the car on the 22nd January 1963. The acco
The Spider designation for the open top sports cars originates from the word, speeder, a two person open horse carriage. The Alfa Romeo 105/115 Series Spider was produced from 1966 to 1993, remaining in production for almost three decades. Over that period, only minor aesthetic and mechanical changes were made with Pininfarina assembling the first three series out of the four. Recently imported from South Africa, this righthand drive Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce, previously owned by the Chairman of the Johannesburg Alfa Romeo Owner's Club, is presented in Alfa Romeo Rosso with black leather seats and Campagnolo alloy wheels. There is evidence that the Spider was originally blue and has been over coated in its current colour. This has led to some areas of paintwork having reacted but look more closely and you will find a very straight and rust free Alfa Romeo. The interior has the rare option of leather seats that are in excellent order. The hood, although good, does have a repaired split rear window. The boot area is clean and shows that a new fuel tank has recently been added, however, there is not a spare wheel fitted. We are informed that this Spider has a NOVA certificate and has i
SPECIFICATIONS: Engine: 2000 ccm 125 HP Mileage: 76444 miles Left hand steering The car is in the perfect original shape - unrestored We can get this car delivered worldwide. Buy Now
SPECIFICATIONS: Engine: 2000 ccm 132 HP Mileage: 65167 miles Left hand steering The car is in the perfect original shape - unrestored We can get this car delivered worldwide. Buy Now
SPECIFICATIONS: Engine: 2600 ccm 160 HP Gearbox: manual Mileage: 4125 orig. miles Left hand steering The car is in the perfect original shape - unrestored We can get this car delivered worldwide. Buy Now
SPECIFICATIONS: Engine: 2000 ccm 135 HP Gearbox: manual Mileage: 42967 miles Left hand steering The car is in the perfect original shape - unrestored We can get this car delivered worldwide. Buy Now
FOR SALE A chic ultra-rare Alfasud Ti 1.3 in exceptional cherished condition. EQUIPMENT Front air dam, four halogen headlamps, front fog lamps, wrap around bumpers, laminated windscreen, tinted glass, electric screen washers, bodyside stripe treatment, opening rear windows, heated rear window, rear spoiler, tailgate wash/wiper, load area illumination, sunroof, adjustable front seat headrests, courtesy lighting, sports steering wheel, twin electric horns, tachometer, oil pressure gauge, digital clock, cigar lighter, front and rear ashtrays, centre console. Factory options; Pioneer KP-5400 radio cassette player. Dealer options; Tuff-Kote Dinol paintwork protection. EXTERIOR This amazing Alfasud is finished in its factory original colour of Rosso Alfa (code A.R. 530) which boasts a deep polished shine. The uniform finish to the paintwork is fantastic and all factory panels are straight and free from dings or damage. All trim sections are in excellent order and fully intact, although there is a very small ding to the back of the nearside door mirror. All glass sections, including the factory removable sunroof, and light fittings are security etched with the registration mark. A Tuff-Kote Dinol paintwork protection treatment sticker remains in the rear screen. The door shuts, sunroof channels and petrol filler recess are spotlessly clean. A very rare surviving Alfasud in show condition. INTERIOR The interior of this cosseted example is truly exceptional. A recorded mileage of just 28,625 miles is entirely plausible with the hot-hatch ‘Ti’ trim (codice interno 90127) remaining in stunning condition. The beautifully clean upholstery is free from damage or undue wear and only a slightly flattened driver’s seat bolster and miniscule nick to the upper bolster is worthy of mention. The deep red carpets have been protected from new by over mats and the door cards, headlining and dash are near perfect. Commensurate with any low mileage vehicle, the steering wheel displays defined natural veins. All dials and controls operate well including the additional oil pressure and water temperature gauges as fitted to all Ti editions. Even the optional Pioneer stereo cassette is fitted. The ultimate definition of retro Italian flair. Wonderful! ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The four cylinder 1351cc ‘boxer’ engine features two twin choke carburettors and electronic ignition. This standard set up remains unaltered in this example and the 86bhp output from the peppy powerplant enables a top speed of 105mph and 0-60 in 11.3 seconds. The spotlessly clean engine bay displays factory plates and stickers and original touches such as strut top PDi markings and correct screen washer pouch are pleasing to see. The five speed gearbox is light and a joy to operate. Lively performance and precise Alfa Romeo handling, an unbeatable combination experienced by so few. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Five speedline 5½ alloy wheels have been refurbished and remain in pristine order with no curb damage and all the factory lettering clearly visible. Matching Pirelli P6000 tyres of size 185/60 R14 have masses of tread remaining and the spare is shod in the original Michelin TRX rubber. Dual circuit brakes with servo assisted discs all round offer fantastic straight line stopping power in such a light weight nimble sports car. HISTORY FILE Supplied new on the 1st March 1984 by Mangoletsi (Holdings) Ltd to a Mrs E Lockwood, this cherished Alfasud displays a recorded mileage of just 28,625 miles. The original plastic A5 folder contains absolutely every handbook, guide and dealership supplement supplied at handover as well as the original service coupon book containing a host of stamped entries. The most recent entry being July 2015 with less than 100 miles covered since. The comprehensive history file makes fascinating reading and perusal will reveal extensive work undertaken by specialists Emblem Sportscars and Red Motori Ltd, both based in Dorset. Throughout the last two keepers ownership since 2010, invoices for service, maintenance and detailing work totals almost £11,000 in a quest to preserve and exhibit on the show circuit. Two sets of keys and an original sales brochure completes the history file. This no expensive spared approach by the previous keepers has ensured this example can claim to be one of the best there is, with the car not only looking incredible but delivering a driving experience to match. One for the enthusiast, no question. MOT December 2016, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/lOV7qQ8RrK0 To see a complete set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://www.flickr.com/gp/kgfclassiccars/gR08y1 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
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