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Ignore, for a moment, the not-red-at-all paint color on this 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV, which looks more like it belongs on a contemporary 2002 or Celica. Ignore, for a moment, what appears to be an excellent restoration on this car. Ignore for a moment all notions of rarity. Instead, focus on the perforated seats, the woodgrain in the dashboard and console, the tight no-nonsense lines of the coupe body, the ample amount of glass all around. Is this car not the essence of late-1960s GT motoring? From the seller’s description:
Rare yellow (original Giallo Ocra) with black interior. Comprehensive body and mechanicals restoration completed in 2009. All receipts available. This car is a stunning example of the finest and rarest of the GTV series, complete with “flying buttress” seats; original 15″ Bakelite steering wheel included. Originally from Northern California, I have owned this car since 1994.
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