May 18, 2018 · Classic Car Reviews Honest John Classics Reviews Alfa Romeo. Selling your classic car? It's FREE to list your car on Honest John Classics No thanks. Alfa Romeo Alfetta, GT, GTV and GTV6 (1972 - 1984) ... 1984 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV6 3.0 . £25,800 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6 (ENGINE 3000 AMERICA 6C) £22,500 1983 Alfa Romeo GTV6 2.5 . £14,0004/5
Sep 07, 2012 · Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT/GTV. When a company delves back into history to revive one of its most revered model names, the car selected to inherit the hallowed name needs to be something special. The first models to carry the Alfetta name were Alfa Romeo’s last really successful Grand Prix racers, but the name was revived for the 116 Series car.
The Alfa Romeo Alfetta (Tipo 116, or "Type 116") is a front-engine, five-passenger sedan and fastback coupé manufactured and marketed by Alfa Romeo from 1972-1987 with a production total over 400,000.. The Alfetta was noted for the rear position of its transaxle (clutch and transmission) and its De Dion tube rear suspension — an arrangement designed to optimize handling by balancing front ...Body style: 4-door saloon, 2-door coupé
Introduction Alfa's reputation for building the world's best V6's started in 1979 with the introduction of the Alfetta GTV. It sported a beautiful body styled by Giugiaro, true 4 seat seating capacity and a rear transaxle gearbox that improved front-to-rear weight distribution to 50/50.2/5
Mar 02, 2008 · News and Reviews; 1985 Alfa Romeo GTV6 1985 Alfa Romeo GTV6. March 2, 2008 6:07 PM AWDT. ... Easy, says he, I just do what Alfa did with the Alfetta and the Alfa 6. Mated 'em together and got the GTV 6. Bloody magnificent! The Alfetta sedan was launched in 1972 and was followed up a couple of years later with the coupe. This had various 4 ...
This was achieved in the usual Alfa Romeo style by adding two 36mm downdraft carburettors, and just before the Alfasud sprint became the Alfa Sprint the power was increased again, this time without increasing the capacity but by changing the camshaft profile and helping the engine breath better by using a 40 mm carb.
I had an Alfa Romeo GTV Alfetta from 1983 until 2003. I used it until I hit a large rock on our property and bounced over the top of it, and it broke the rear clutch housing. That put paid to that; it was pretty rusty by then so I never restored it. That car was a classic; it ran for years with barely a spanner on it.
The Alfa Romeo GTV6 is so much more than a pretty face. Underneath its skin, this car is pornography for engineers, and here’s why. In 1980, the Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV6 came out with a 60° V6 engine from the Alfa 6, fitted on a shortened Alfetta chassis.
Alfa Romeos Alfetta was, and remains, a misunderstood and undervalued car. Perhaps Alfas most technically sophisticated product prior to Fiats takeover of the company in 1987, the Alfetta came from a long line of class-leading automobiles. The Alfetta was something of …
Classic Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV. The driving position is typically Italian, which means your legs will feel cramped, and your arms outstretched. You’ll either like this or you won’t, but do persist. Whether the sparky Twin Cam or the glorious V6, the driving experience itself needs to be savoured.
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A South African racing icon for the price of a city hatchback... Yes, we're talking about the sought-after V6 models here. The standard unit was a 2,5-litre V6, but Alfa Romeo SA wanted a little more grunt from its car, as the GTV6 would compete in the prestigious local Group 1 racing formula. And so the legendary SA-only 3,0-litre was born.