• US-spec GTV featuring period A/C, SPICA injection, and Turbina wheels
• Excellent, solid body thanks to years of fastidious rust-proofing
• Recent paint correction and detailing
CONDITION AND HISTORY
Manufactured in April of ‘75, this 2000 GTV was intended to be one of the last cars delivered to the US market. Instead, thanks to currency fluctuations and Alfa’s perennial lack of cash, it was sold new in the European market to the wife of a Dutch industrialist, remaining in her possession until 2006. From there it was off to Van Lingen, an Alfa dealer and parts specialist, and then purchased by a German collector in 2012. Several years ago the GTV finally completed its original intended journey and entered a collection in NJ.
An original “Rosso Alfa” example, this GTV retains all its desirable options, including air conditioning and Campagnolo “Turbina” wheels. The black vinyl interior is largely original and in excellent condition, with a flawless dash, beautiful Jaeger instruments, and a radio/cassette player. Upholstery is in great shape on all four seats, including a recently replaced driver’s seat bottom, and complemented by a tight headliner and immaculate carpets.
Thanks to years of careful ownership and regular Tectyl rust-proofing, this GTV’s body is solid and straight with excellent panel gaps. The paint retains a deep luster and shows little wear, though there are a few areas that have been re-touched over the years. Underneath, solid floors and structure are a testament to regular rust-proofing and care, though there are a couple small blisters on the ends of the rocker panels. All trim is intact and correct, and the aforementioned Turbina wheels are very presentable with only minor blemishes.
Upon its arrival in the US the car received a comprehensive service at Alfa Auto Clinic on Long Island, including SPICA tuning, new tires, and fresh shocks. It’s a fantastic drive with a flawless gearbox, strong brakes, and precise steering. The engine revs very smoothly and achieved consistent compression between 140-145 psi. Currently, the odometer reads 43,750 kilometers, though as a five-digit display it may have exceeded its mechanical limits.
Available immediately on NJ paperwork and located in our showroom, call Ben at (914) 402 5799 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.