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STEVIE BOY
post 17th August 2019 10:20
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I'm selling my beautiful and superb Alfa 146 ti, with a heavy heart, but I now have a guillia veloce , and my gaggle of alfas needs to be trimmed.

Since I've owned it (towards end of 2018) I've had a new timing belt, water pump, radiator, Bosch air meter, all new suspension, raggazon exhaust, serviced including spark plugs, new tyres. Some professional paint and dint repairs.

The car runs and handles brilliantly.

Quite a long mot left.

65k odd mileage

Air con works!

Beige leather seats in great condition

New jvc stereo.

The car is great.

The only issues are needs a new wheel bearing, getting a hum. I'm going to sort that shortly. The doors dont lock, not got around to sorting that yet as I leave in a very peacful/safe area and the alarm works so not been a priority.

Will put some photos on, just giving you guys a heads up.

It's so good I'm putting a price of 4k onto her, I know that's steep but to a true officiando shes worth it.
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mrmarkyt
post 18th August 2019 20:43
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I dont think thats steep at all.

There are less than 50 of these currently on the road and they are undervalued.

Unfortunately they never really caught on over here bit like the Bravo / Brava.

For me they offer a great driving experience (I had two Lancia Delta turbos beforehand to compare with!), surprising amount of room, parts are reasonable and pretty easy to find, and very distinctive - there's nothing else like it!

Good luck,

Mark..

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dante giacosa
post 20th August 2019 12:55
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QUOTE(mrmarkyt @ 18th August 2019 21:43) *
For me they offer a great driving experience (I had two Lancia Delta turbos beforehand to compare with!), surprising amount of room, parts are reasonable and pretty easy to find, and very distinctive - there's nothing else like it!


well put, Mark-

shame to lose you; good luck with the sale, Stevie...
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STEVIE BOY
post 20th August 2019 20:23
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QUOTE(dante giacosa @ 20th August 2019 13:55) *
well put, Mark-

shame to lose you; good luck with the sale, Stevie...


I'm keeping my 145 so im not lost for now!!
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dante giacosa
post 21st August 2019 08:02
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oh good-

nice one...
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post 21st August 2019 14:13
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QUOTE(mrmarkyt @ 18th August 2019 21:43) *
I dont think thats steep at all.

There are less than 50 of these currently on the road and they are undervalued.

Unfortunately they never really caught on over here bit like the Bravo / Brava.

For me they offer a great driving experience (I had two Lancia Delta turbos beforehand to compare with!), surprising amount of room, parts are reasonable and pretty easy to find, and very distinctive - there's nothing else like it!

Good luck,

Mark..


I had a brava back in the day. Traded it in for my first Alfa - a 145!
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