Friday, 22 February 2013

'68 Alfa GT Junior


Built by the fastidious experts of Alfaholics, this GT Junior was sourced from Sicily as a solid but mechanically tired car. They rebuilt the suspension, brakes, gearbox and axle, then set about breathing new life into the engine bay with one of their infamous TS engines - big valves, 3D mapped ignition, and 216bhp.
The exterior is flawless, resplendent in its odd mustard shade (isn't it refreshing to see a GT Junior that's not red?), while the interior has been trimmed in leather and alcantara, with new Alfa Romeo branded carpets and a Nardi wheel. Under the skin reside 4-pot brakes, racy Konis, an 8-point 'cage and an LSD. Looks like bags of fun.
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