2000 Alfa Romeo GTV Lusso Tspark (916)

No Reserve

Phase II Coupe with the zestier 156bhp TwinSpark motor; Lusso spec with black leather and just 86,700 miles

Dating from March 2000, this Phase II GTV coupe still exudes a rakish charm, any old Alfa generally excites and stirs the soul of any petrol-head. Finished in Nero and sat on its original Tele-dial alloy wheels with Alfa embossed Nero leather interior, this Lusso spec GTV features the zesty 2.0 TwinSpark four-pot developing 153bhp, driven through a sweet 5-speed manual ‘box to the front wheels. Within the history file, we find the V5C, current clean MOT valid until January 2022 showing little over 1,000 miles covered over the past few years and a selection of owner’s manuals and books plus service book showing the car was supplied new to the then owner of Fowlers Motorcycles of Bristol and 6 service entries, last stamped in May 2012 at 81,393 miles. A second service booklet from the Good-Garage-Scheme contains another stamp from a garage in Colchester in October 2010 at 72,488 miles. A thick tome of invoices accompanies the aforementioned and includes a invoice for a timing belt kit and water pump dated June 2016, a clutch kit and slave cylinder in 2007, a timing belt service in 2008 costing £608, clutch master cylinder and radiator in 2017 and a host of other invoices for works and parts during the last 15 years. We also note a useful 13 old MOTs on file which help substantiate the car's modest 86,700 indicated miles. Great fun, with zesty sonorous performance and striking looks for an affordable amount – what’s not to like and all at NO RESERVE so the highest bid takes it home.

Reg No: W394KYC
Chassis Number: ZAR91600006063662
Engine Number: 1787987
Engine Size: 1970
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service books with 7 entries; file of invoices; 13 old MOTs; current MOT January 2022 with no advisories

Lot 19

Lot ended

Thursday 18/02/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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