From hot rods to fine restorations, we’ve got them all
Bruce Colby’s 1970 Jr. Z has a 2L engine, among other mods.
“Helena,” the Berlina owned by Jeff Zurschmeide.
“Hermia,” Jeff Zurschmeide’s GT Jr.
Joe Cantrell’s Berina.
Note the SNO sticker on Joe Cantrell’s Berlina.
Joe Cantrell’s Spider.
Could this be Joe’s real favorite? Yep, it’s a Trabant, which obviously drew its styling cues from Alfa’s Berlina
Peter Nitoglia’s ’63 Spider 2L DCOE “super-elaborata non originale”
Joe Kollman’s white-nosed Giiulietta Sprint in the company of some very nice originale cars … and all seeming to get along quite well.
Greig Smith has amassed a nice collection of Alfas in his home of South Africa.
From left to right are “Lucie, Mum, and Dad (Smith).
Another shot of Greig Smith’s Alfas.
Greig Smith’s 1600 GT Junior.
A Greig Smith project car.
Scott Fisher with his ’74 Berlina.
Scott Fisher’s ’74 Spider.
The lovely ’67 GT of Tom Hardy.
Tom Hardy’s GT, up close and personal.
Rick DuPuy’s first Alfa. Great color, excellent find
Rick DuPuy replaced his first GT with this one, a 1971 with “mildly hot-rodded 2L.”
Phil Sykes’ 1974 GTV 2000, sitting low on its Harvey Bailey handling kit.
A beauty shot of Sykes’ GTV.
Carl Liebold’s first Alfa shown during its full-on restoration.
Don’t you just love a good after photo? Carl Liebold’s car turned out great.
Interior of Carl’s restored Stepnose
Sometimes looking down on a Stepnose can be a good thing. This is Carl Liebold’s GT.
This 230hp turbo Alfetta was owned by Charles Pernot. It’s still here because the car is seriously Scuderia Non Originale no matter who owns it.
Pernot’s 230hp Alfetta.
Lots of work going into Charles Pernot’s GT.
Pernot’s Alfa 166.
Paul Albertson’s turbo Alfetta.
Paul Albertson’s Alfetta was modified by AutoVolante in Miami.
This Autodela exhaust manifold is now on Albertson’s Alfetta.
Ahmet Tuncay’s supercharged 1972 GTV.
Ahmet Tuncay’s GT has a Ward & Dean suspension.
Tuncay’s GT has an Eaton M45 blower, 8.5:1 compression, and Porsche Intercooler.
There’s a surprise under this hood, too. Ahmet Tuncay’s car has a 2L engine, 45 DCOE’s, 5 spd tranny and — stop me now — disc brakes.
This is Michelle Muller’s GTV, braving a nasty flooded road. Michelle also has a Sprint Coupe. When we met her she worked for KCSM in San Mateo, California, one of the country’s best jazz stations. Jazz and GTVs, what could be better!
Brian Shorey’s “slightly modified” 1972 Spider.
Alfa Nationals time trial winning 1969 1750cc Spider owned by Bob Harris and his wife, S.T.
The Harris family also owns this modified 1987 Milano Platinum.
Bruce Colby’s 1969 GTV daily driver, with twin spark engine and Motronic fuel injection.
Under the hood of Colby’s daily driver.
Colby’s 1965 Sprint GT race car also has a twin spark engine, only this one has carbs.
The engine of Colby’s ’65 GT.
This is Colby’s ’69 Spider, which is “kinda stock except for engine, interior, exterior, suspension, etc.”