Anna-Louise Felstead puts a Sprint Coupe through its paces, in her first-ever race.
Not content to create wonderful automotive art, Anna-Louise Felstead goes racing at Monza.
David French sent a nice shot of his ’68 Duetto Junior. David, who is from Calgary Alberta, Canada, writes that non-originale parts include a modified 2L, Milano brakes, partial roll cage and more. David also has a 1971 GTV that is receiving a GTAm-look body.
This is Ronan Glon’s 1968 Milano Verde. Ronan lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Here’s a 1966 GTV project that Ronan had delivered to his home. The center grill looks pretty good. That’s a start!
Jim Neill (aka: Papajam on AlfaBB) holds down a day job, yet still manages to be a go-to guy when someone needs mechanical help or technical expertise for their Alfa. This is Jim’s 1969 Euro spec GT.
The car on the lift is Jim Neill’s 1971 project car. Below it is a ’68 GT
Tom Badain’s Alfa 145 is an especially pretty sight to those of us in the U.S. who don’t get to see these cars on our roads. This one lives in the U.K.
The interior of Tom Badain’s 145.
Another view of Tom’s 145.
Oregonian Damian Magista’s Non Originale 1978 “Fetta SS” has a Sperry head, Webers, hot cams, beefier sway bars, and other goodies.
U.K. resident Steve Goddard’s 1967 GTV is getting a serious restoration. It will have a later 2L TS engine, ATE/Brembo brakes, and more.
Finland’s Pekka Rossi gave this motor a modified cylinder head, higher compression pistons, new cams, and other mods.
Here’s Pekka checking out the engine the proper way, with a rousing drive.
Is this cool or what? Pekka Rossi has a postcard with his Spider on the front and a stamp that has his Spider on it. Who needs Elvis stamps? We want Alfas!
This is the back side of Pekka’s postcard, showing his Spider stamp. Lick a Spider? That doesn’t sound right.
Pekka’s 1989 Alfa 75 Turbo looks like new.
Snow makes a good backdrop for Pekka’s 2005 GT.
Ed Seymour’s lovely Spider lives in the U.K.
Ed Seymour also owns this GT Jr. Ed says he took a 30-year Alfa break, but is now making up for lost time.