2003 Alfa Romeo 147 GTA
Serious performance hot hatch with 3.2 V6 pushing out 247bhp with six speed manual 'box, wider body and just 74,177 miles
Dating from October 2003 this ‘53’ plated pocket rocket is the hugely desirable and potent 147 GTA. Boasting Alfa’s fantastic 3.2 V6 engine that pushes a ludicrous 247bhp of epic fun through the front wheels via Alfa’s trick front diff’ it equals huge smiles per mile in this very fast little hatchback. Finished in silver with two-tone blue and black leather interior with deeply bolstered seats offering super comfort and grip. The 147 has covered just 74,177 miles with a strong history. The file includes the owner’s pack with manuals and service book showing an impressive 11 stamps, the most recent at 74,001 miles for a lube service in June of this year. The previous stamp is for the all-important timing belt and tensioner service in May 2019 at 73,484 miles. Invoices on file chronicle regular maintenance including rear discs, pads, hand brake cables in 2017 costing £301, another timing belt change costing £631 in 2009, new coil packs, wishbone and plugs in August 2018, gearbox mount, exhaust work front discs and pads and drop links in November 2017 costing £813 and new rear shocks and top mounts back in September 2017 at £507. A further 11 old MOTs on file confirms its mileage. This fun and flared little hot hatch comes with 2 keys and a current MOT valid until November 2020 with no advisories recorded. With just four previous keepers to our current of eight years, these 147 GTA’s are a proper bit of kit, no surprise their desirability is strong, values continue to rise and good examples with under 100k miles are fast becoming collectible and a modern classic investment. Get Involved before you wish you had!
Buyers please note, the car has been de-catted. The catalyst is included and in the boot.
Chassis Number: ZAR93700003197540
Engine Number: 0004753
Engine Size: 3179
Docs: V5C; owners pack & service book with 11 stamps; invoices; 2 keys
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