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The GTV has been built using the best sourced components. It has been accepted to run at La Carrera Panamericana. With performance to match that of the venerable GTA, this Alfa offers the discerning owner a rewarding experience whether driven on the street or raced at the track. It was accepted to run in la Carrera Panamericana 2011 but was withdrawn due to the inability of the co-driver to participate. This GTV has truly delectable performance anywhere it is driven. Civilized enough for daily street use yet blindingly fast on the track, it epitomizes the definition of the gentleman’s racer. Here is a car that you can show on Saturday, race on Sunday and drive to work on Monday. It is eligible to participate in the Carrera, as well as many driving events in the US, Europe and beyond. Cars of this caliber are increasingly difficult to find, sure you can build your own, but consider the daunting task of putting one together, let alone the time involved for the parts to be sourced and the work to be performed. It is all done for you here; you just get in it and drive.
Work performed: in 2011, cooling system by Dago electric & radiator, Norwalk, CA, the paint by South Side Customs, Long Beach, CA, upholstery by Alfredo’s, Long Beach, CA, final preparation by Santo’s Italian Car Service, North Ridge, CA. Work performed in 2010: engine overhaul, by Mulligan Racing Development, Vista, CA. Work performed in 2009: brakes & ignition by Zimmermann Autosport Vista, CA. Work performed in 2008: trans./diff. & susp. By Adria Sports Car Service Costa Mesa, CA
The mechanicals of this ’72 include: 195 hp engine @ 7,300rpm, CR: 10.5:1, Kent U.K. cams, SS valves, Weber 45 DCOE, ignition: electronic Arpi 4101r, race, oil pump: high capacity, Windage tray, Slosh tray, flywheel & clutch: aluminum/215mm Sachs pressure plate, headers: mandrel-bent & jet coated, engine mounts: reinforced light aluminum – lifetime, transmission: complete overhaul all new synchros, bearings & seals, differential: overhauled, addt’l clutches, 50% more limited slip, coupling: David Leivian race coupling, wheels: Maxilite GTA replica 6J x 14, tires: Yokohama AVS es100 205 60 x 14 h88. suspension: Ward & Dean, larger sway bars & links, poly bushings, yellow racing Konis, springs. It is equipped with new pipes & 3” SS extended tip, brakes: perforated & slotted disks, new studs, rebuilt calipers, Porterfield pads, ATE blue race fluid, steel braided brake lines, cooling: aluminum radiator, elec. fan, manual override, oil cooler, and the lubrication is Amsoil synthetic, fram hp1.
Exterior: paint: original Dutch blue ar 343, SS moldings: polished, hardware: stainless steel, lights: Carello 7”, Wagner fog, altissimo, badges & grille: new Cloisonne & grille, seals: all new rubber seals, mirror: Talbot Berlin 333. The interior cage frt & rear (removable), seats: cobra Monaco pro Fia, belts: crow 5- pt, Oct ‘11 sfi, instr.: operational, lights & switches, carpet: 100% Wilton wool carpet
Equipment: racing suede Italian steering wheel, fire extinguisher: lifeline 4.0-ltr, Sfi, fuel cell: Jaz 8.0 gallons, Sfi, window nets: detachable, Sfi battery: trunk mounted; on/off cabin switch tow hooks Front & rear. More than $80k invested in this Alfa Romeo.