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1979 Alfa Romeo Alfasud
1979 Alfa Romeo Alfasud
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Estimate: No Reserve
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 5037652
This Alfasud is no longer quite as Alfa Romeo built it during the summer of 1979. The vendor tells us that it was converted in the late 1980s/early 1990s to compete in the Chris Knott Alfa Romeo Championship, with its original 1186cc engine replaced by a 1490cc 'Green Cloverleaf' unit instead. The engine and suspension were prepared by marque specialist BLS in Lincoln.

The car was last used competitively in 1994 before being stored until late 2020. The cambelt, fluids and battery were replaced before the engine was restarted, after which the brakes were overhauled with new new seals and front pads. A spare bonnet and the original wheels come with the car.

The history folder includes the V5C, a Haynes workshop manual and recent bills for brake parts, battery and cambelt. There's also a range of scrutineer slips from the Alfasud's racing career.

Mileage is recorded as 56,221 miles. As a motorsport machine, the car has a completely stripped interior, with roll‑cage and racing seat. Many of the panels, such as the doors, bonnet, bulkhead and wings display areas of surface corrosion, although the car's main structure seems solid.

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 1ST OCTOBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
This Alfasud is no longer quite as Alfa Romeo built it during the summer of 1979. The vendor tells us that it was converted in the late 1980s/early 1990s to compete in the Chris Knott Alfa Romeo Championship, with its original 1186cc engine replaced by a 1490cc 'Green Cloverleaf' unit instead. The engine and suspension were prepared by marque specialist BLS in Lincoln. The car was last used competitively in 1994 before being stored until late 2020. The cambelt, fluids and battery were replaced before the engine was restarted, after which the brakes were overhauled with new new seals and front pads. A spare bonnet and the original wheels come with the car. The history folder includes the V5C, a Haynes workshop manual and recent bills for brake parts, battery and cambelt. There's also a range of scrutineer slips from the Alfasud's racing career. Mileage is recorded as 56,221 miles. As a motorsport machine, the car has a completely stripped interior, with roll-cage and racing seat. Many of the panels, such as the doors, bonnet, bulkhead and wings display areas of surface corrosion, although the car's main structure seems solid. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 1ST OCTOBER BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: 5037652
Estimate: No Reserve

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