1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

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1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by cchan » Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:26 pm

1982 Alfa Romeo GTV6-Restoration/Modifications: We are the Original owners and have the original bill of sale, manuals, etc. If you are looking for a very special GTV6 this might be the one for you. This Alfa is in showroom condition and is very fast. 270HP at the crank and has been professional built. We think it is a one of a kind GTV6 and needs to have a special owner for this Alfa. Hate to sell it but our priorties have changed. It is currently maintaned by Phil Mason of Santa Cruz. CA smog certified and needs nothing.


Exterior: Glasurit Custom Red Paint Job.
Full Zender Body Kit excluding Hood.

Interior: Black Leather Recaro Seats with Red Stitching / Piping.
Custom Leather Dash
New Leatherette Headliner
OMP 3-spoke Leather Steering Wheel
Upgraded Plush Carpeting in Cabin & Trunk

Engine: 1994 164 LS 3.0 Liter 24 Valve Engine.
Rebuilt by Ferrari of Seattle
OEM 156 / 147 GTA Cams
44mm Chrome 156/147 GTA Intake Runners
Custom Oval-port headers 2000 Degree Thermal Heat Ceramic Coated
Converted Intake Plenum with Expansion Box Ceramic Coated
Custom Converted Aluminum Valve-covers with oil Filler relocated
3.0 Milano Verde Flywheel
Milano Oil Sump Conversion
Converted Thermostat housing
Upgraded Fuel Rails and Injectors
6 Coil Packs
Go Tech Pro Fully Programmable Stand-alone engine management system.
Aluminum Intake Tube
Single K&N Type Cone Intake filter
2 ½ “ Custom Exhaust System from Headers to Rear pipe with Catalytic convertors
270 HP at Crank

Transmission: 4.10:1 Milano Platinum Unit
All Gears lightened, cross –drilling and back-cutting to 1-5, reverse, reverse idler. Shotpeened.
LSD 50 % lock up
Milano Clutch
New Clutch Master and Slave Cylinders.
Converted GTV6 Gear-Selector Input-shaft

Suspension: RS Racing Specialty Coil-over Suspension Kit (100 kg/ 70 kg spring-rates)
Castor Rod 105-Conversion
RS Racing 30mm Adjustable Front Anti-roll Bar with custom welded support brackets.
RS Racing Fully-Adjustable DeDion Rear Watts Link Setup
Shankle Rear Anti-Roll Bar.

Brakes: Group 2 / GiroDisk Brake Kit Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines.
Full-floating, Aluminum Hats & Anodized Full-Floating Hardware
Wildwood 4-piston Ultra-light front Calipers
Zinc-dipped 280mm Vented Front rotors
Zinc-dipped 240mm Vented Rear rotors
Converted New Master Brake Cylinders.

Wheels & Tires: 17” x 7.5” Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 Ultra-light Racing Wheels
Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3 235/40/R17

Miscellaneous: All suspension parts have been powder coated. All Bushings, mounts, joints, seals, spacers, tie-rod ends,Guibos,bearings have been replaced. Steering rack Rebuilt, Alternator upgraded to 95AMPS, Rebuild Starter with Heat Shield, New Fuel pump, filter, and hoses. Tachometer and Speedometer are converted to handle New Coil Packs and transmission. We also have all the old parts from the GTV6 that we saved, IE: 12V engine, transmission, brakes, suspension,wiring harness, computer, AFM, etc, that could be used to convert back to stock. Call Chuck 415 828 9911 for more Details $55,000.00 B/O
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by xrad » Mon Jan 03, 2011 5:55 pm

What...after all the effort.....selling..the little baby..so sad :(
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by cchan » Fri Jan 07, 2011 6:54 pm

I know it is sad. Happy wife means happy life. She wants me to get her a condo in Hawaii and this is the reason why I am considering selling it. I have an offer of $30,000 so far. This is about 63 Cents on the dollar not including the car and all my time. We will see what happens.
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by xrad » Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:39 am

That is a decent offer, not great but not terrible. Certainly only a few people willing to spend as much on GTV6. Try other options like robb report or high end broker.....


....... if you put a set of windshield wipers on, maybe get more $.
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by cchan » Mon Jan 10, 2011 5:37 pm

Hi Xrad,
We still have not decided what to do. FYI, these were the first good pictures. The Alfa has working windshield wipers but no water to the wiper system as of today. Ok, lets get a better offer than 30K. :D
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by Zamani » Mon Jan 10, 2011 9:57 pm

Your car us exceptional. However $55K is in the price range of a low miles fully serviced (valve guides, headers, belts) F355. But good luck with the sale. For sure this car represents better value than a 348. Just as quick and servicing costs won't break the bank. Good luck with the sale!
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by cchan » Mon Jan 10, 2011 11:47 pm

Hi Zamani, yes its is true that this is similar in price to my prior F355 spider. My F355 was way faster but it had its issues as well. First off all that $3,500 minor and $7,500 major tune up assuming no other issues is a tough sell to my wife and advisors. Also you are comparing this Alfa which is in excellent body and mechanics to a non restored F355. I think this Alfa is more inline with my old 328gts in terms of looks and performance. Needless to say, we have no offers as of today at our price. However, it will only take that one special person who will appreciate and love what we have done with this Alfa. We listened to the forum and built it with a group consencus so we know it should be desirable. Anyone on this forum knows the cost to produce a similar Alfa. We need the $ now so please guys, we hope you want this Alfa. Give us a reasonable offer
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by Michael » Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:14 pm

Hi Chuck - sorry to see you sell this car - good luck with the sale.
cchan wrote: Engine: 1994 164 LS 3.0 Liter 24 Valve Engine.
Rebuilt by Ferrari of Seattle
Just curious, was the engine rebuilt by Ferrari of Seattle after you got it from JJ?
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by MALDI » Tue Jan 25, 2011 6:28 am

cchan wrote: We also have all the old parts from the GTV6 that we saved, IE: 12V engine, transmission, brakes, suspension,wiring harness, computer, AFM, etc, that could be used to convert back to stock.
This made me laugh. Who is their right mind would ever do that?! :D

BTW, beautiful car. Good luck with the sale.
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by cchan » Mon Jan 31, 2011 5:34 pm

Hi Micheal,
The engine was rebuilt by Ferrari of Seattle and then JJ converted it for me. I have all the receipts from Ferrari of Seattle along with what JJ helped me with.

Hi Maldi,
I know what you mean, I just put this statement in just in case this was an objection to a possible buyer. The Alfa is so much better than stock one would never really consider doing this. Especially when you consider how much work we did on our Baby.


Finally, we still have the Alfa for sale but no buyers. Just our luck. We still love this Alfa GTV6 and think it is one of the best in our Area at least. Thanks again for looking at our post.
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Re: 1982 GTV6 Restored/Modified

Post by Melvivio » Thu May 19, 2011 10:00 am

Great to see another 24v! With excellent power output!
No other modifications then the GTA cams with race computer?

Added a few modifications you've done to my list :)
Do you have some nice interior shots? Just for fun!
Black '80 3.0 24v GTV6. Flawed maybe, But absolutely glorious!
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