2004 Alfa Romeo GT 3.2 V6 Q2 with fully rebuilt engine For Sale
Alfa Romeo GT 3.2 V6 Q2 for sale
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Reluctantly being sold due to personal issues and rising cost of living, Jessy (my nickname for the alfa) is my dream car and i hoped to keep her as a classic one day. i can no longer afford to keep the car being young (under 25) thanks to greedy insurance companies and changes in wages.
Alfa GT 3.2 V6 Q2, 2004, Black Nero Metallico, 114,857 Miles (at time of writing- will rise due to daily use). Enthusiast owned and maintained. Serviced in March. MOT due 22/10/19. service book with stamps up to 90k , x 2 keys. Purchased by myself from a Friend in nov 2017. This is my second Busso V6 engined car and the car has been religiously serviced by autolusso South. Interior is in the rare sort after Oxblood red leather which has aged gracefully (Alfa Romeo did a batch of slightly darker red interiors due to a mistake in the dye mixture)
Car is in the lower Pre 06 Tax band
The CAR has had a FULL ENGINE REBUILD and in addition over £8,000 has been spent in Uprating and refining the CAR. All associated faults with the GT v6 have been ironed out, Perfect electrics, engine rebuilt with OEM parts and where possible failure is known with standard parts they are changed for uprated parts. The Only Job that could be done to improve this car mechanically would be to install Wizard Cat less exhaust manifolds, the car also Comes with a Scorpion exhaust and a custom Catless tail pipe. Below i list but a fraction of the jobs done.
This car has the most service history ive ever seen in a car, photo of invoices compared to a 150 page book for reference, from minor bit like valve caps to full engine rebuild this car has all of the jobs done with evidence of work. You can Ring @ [ the details below :Laurence Preston] at autolusso south if you want to confirm the work is genuine, i know that people have been trying to Fraudulently copy autolusso invoices.
List of jobs done
Q2 LSD Installed- no need to worry about diff failure, a common failure in alfa Romeo 3.2 v6 engined cars.
Gear Linkage replaced
Full Body underseal including subframes, and sill refresh
Full suspension refresh/ rebuild- Fully Polybushed with ARB- New shock absorbers to prevent failure (pre-empted after seeing a few cars suspension fail on forums)
MTEC Slotted brake rotors and Mintex pads front and rear
Brake hoses and lines replaced
330 mm Brake Caliper Rebuild with new seals- Powder coated in Ferrari yellow
Full Engine rebuild in May 2016 by Autolusso mid branch with new clutch @95k and upper engine rebuild carried out in June 2018 by autolusso south @107k with cambelt, water pump, ect.
sort after 18inch jetfin wheels fully refurbished in a dark gunmetal grey
Pioneer head unit fitted- works with steering controls
Near New OEM Blackline headlights and indicators
New clutch slave cylinder fitted March 2019
New Battery terminal built to original specs
Paintwork needs a bit of TLC, a couple of dints in the doors use to ignorant people hitting it with car doors (was the final bit of work i planned to have sorted)
You could go and buy a GT V6 with decent paintwork for around 5k but you would have to spend another 5k to get anywhere near this car. Most of the cars at that price have corroded engine bays, standard gearbox without Q2 meaning high risk of failure and a high risk of a head gasket failure.
What I’m asking for
Im Selling jessy for a more than reasonable £6700, Considering that a full engine rebuild alone costs around £5000, a LSD fitted costs around £1500 and the other parts cost at least 3.5k this is more than reasonable price despite the mileage as the engine is effectively brand new along with practically the entire drivetrain.
if you wanted to sort out the paint it would cost you around £400 (quoted by various bodyshops) plus £100 for 2 doors
(its cheaper to replace the doors than paint them due to the amount of non v6 cars being broken for parts)
In short to get this car to Concourse Show stopping condition you would spend about £500, with the cost of the car included you would spend a total of £7200. You would have to spend at least 10k to get another GT anywhere near my cars condition so you would be saving at least 2.5k with this car.
Full history main dealer and specialists only.
Drives perfect and looks stunning in rare Grigio luce de amalfi with unmarked black leather seats.
Has a q2 limited slip diff and upgraded pioneer Bluetooth headunit with original available.
ULEZ compliant !
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