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1972 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV
1972 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV

1972 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV

ALFA ROMEO 2000 GTV

£17,838

GBP

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14TH OCT 2016

AUCTION DATE

FOR THIS SALE

AUCTION HOUSE

BRING A TRAILER

FOR THIS SALE

$22,000 • € 19,955

Chassis #: AR3020001

Bring A Trailer • 2016

Chassis: AR3020001. 4090 Miles Shown, TMU. 2.0L Inline-Four. 5-Speed Manual Transmission. 237 Degree Cam. Wildwood Front Brakes. Upgraded Suspension. Extensive Documentation. Private Party or Dealer: Private Party
This 1972 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV is believed to be one of the first SPICA-injected 2000 GTVs made for the US market based on its chassis number. The suspension and engine have been modified with a 237 degree cam, upgraded springs and shocks, new suspension bushings throughout, and 4-piston Wilwood front brakes. The only significant aesthetic modifications are a set of aftermarket wheels and an aftermarket steering wheel, apart from which the car has a mostly stock appearance inside and out. Compression is said to range from 170-185 psi across all cylinders. Extensive documentation of the work performed during the seller’s ownership is provided, and the car is sold with a clean Washington State title in the seller’s name. Per the seller this Alfa was originally Plum, and had been given a low-quality repaint in red before he purchased it. The seller repainted the car again in red, this time taking it down to bare metal and prepping it properly. The original overrider-equipped bumpers are fitted, and trim appears to be complete and original. The attached invoice shows over $11k was spent for the repaint. Panel fitment appears to be good, and the doors sit flush and level thanks to a hinge repair kit fitted by the seller’s preferred shop, Ralli-Round. Yellow tinted driving lights are the only deviation from the stock lighting. The taillights are the correct large units used on late GTVs, and the correct turn signals are slung under the bumper. Despite the lowered stance, the front valence is intact and free of bends or chipping. The 15″ Rota wheels show 4-piston Wilwood brakes at the front and vented discs at the rear. The interior was also redone and features an aftermarket steering wheel is fitted, though the rest of the dash fittings appear to be correct for a 1970 GTV. The headliner is taut and in good condition, with stock courtesy lights mounted just forward of the rear grab handles. The 2.0L twin cam inline-four has been upgraded with a 5417 camshaft, giving 237 degrees of duration, .050″ cam lift, and .006″ clearance on the intake, and .008″ on the exhaust. Numerous other small changes are present, including a machined crank pulley to eliminate the grooves for the A/C and smog pump belts, an electric fan, and a ZF steering box from a later Alfa Romeo Spider. Compression is given at 170 psi on cylinders one and three, and 185 psi on cylinders two and four. A combination of the lowered suspension and the later steering box caused issues with setting up the suspension initially. Documentation from the seller’s shop shows that substantial effort went in to making all of the new parts work well together. Per the attached labor summary the new steering box and alignment setup saves 3lbs of weight and will alleviate bump steer. In addition to replacing normal wear items, the seller had the car upgraded with lowering springs and urethane suspension bushings. The seller has provided an extensive summary that covers the labor performed and parts used by Ralli-Round in Seattle, Washington. Original Alfa Romeo parts were used wherever possible, though some updates from later 105-chassis Alfas are present in the suspension, fuel, and steering systems. This GTV looks like a well thought-out driver that has received substantial attention to ensure that it is set up correctly.

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