1999 Alfa Romeo 156 2.5 V6
Stunning low mileage example; factory Sport Pack 3; full leather; Teledial wheels; you won't find a better one....
Alfa Romeos have always been drivers cars and consequently tend to lead busy lives – the intoxicating sound track and visceral driving experience encouraging lots of enthusiastic miles.
This prime 1999 156 2.5 V6 is therefore rather unusual, as it has covered 61,676 miles and looks like it has spent its entire life in a showroom…
Fitted with the fabulous 190bhp Giuseppe Busso–designed V6 Alfa Romeo engine, which looks magnificent with its chromed intakes and sounds just as good, this 2.5-litre 156 is finished in Alfa Red (130) and fitted with a full black leather interior and has a black Momo leather steering wheel and matching black carpets.
Its first owner ticked the option box for ‘Sport Pack 3’ when he placed his order with the dealer which added 16” Teledial wheels (which remain unmarked), carbon-effect console and instruments, Momo steering wheel and gear knob, painted side skirts and the impressive rear spoiler.
The car also came with air conditioning and has recently been fitted with four new Pirelli Cinturato P7 tyres.
It retains two keys and a full bookpack, which includes the service book showing its supplying dealer was Wadham Kenning in Shrewsbury. They saw it a further four times to 2003 by which time it had only covered 19,876 miles. There is one more stamp in the book at 25,049.
Its most recent service took place at Peak Alfa at 61,537 miles (just 139 miles ago) according to its vendor which included a new cambelt and tensioner, idlers, water pump, filter and pump so it is absolutely ready to go. It was driven some 40 miles to the sale.
Being sold with its low digit plate T38 KUJ it has a no advisory MOT until April 2022 and you really would struggle to finder a nicer example of this rare and charismatic Alfa.
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Reg No: T38KUJ
Chassis Number: ZAR93200001108105
Engine Number: 0014183
Engine Size: 2492
Docs: V5c: MOT April 2022; full book pack
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