If you want an honest, no bull opinion?
Nice car, nice pics and plenty of info... Just a little too much info.
"New handbrake cable. EGR blocked off. Leaking Turbo Hoses Fixed. Throttle body and Manifold recently removed and cleaned."
Although you have included the good important stuff like cambelt, service history etc.... Things like EGR Blocked off and Turbo hose, throttle body, manifold would say to me you have been chasing issues... Nobody want's or needs to know these things especially EGR blanking...
It would turn off a potential new owner to your Alfa and to an experienced Alfa owner it tells us you have had to do it to get it running right thus you have had enough of all the expense so now selling.
It may not be the case at all but that is how it could come across.
You are reducing your market sector potential because of it.
I wouldn't look twice at the ad because of those tell tale mechanical issues regardless if they have been fixed or not of how good the car looks, I would move on...
One phrase can replace it all, "Has ran absolutely faultless"
Being careful what you mention in ads is as important as the pics and price...
Don't mention mileage, stone chips etc... why? Wait till they ring and ask, at least they are on the phone and then interested!
Change the cam belt mileage to "very recent" too.
If a buyer asks any questions, then tell them the truth, be honest but getting them there to view the car is the main priority first.
Hope this helps mate and good luck, sincerely.