You've paid well over-the-top for both parts and labour on the list you have put up..a bit of shopping around + diy and your figure would have been closer to £300 imo.
Check out the 155.org , skilled in the art of keeping 155s on the road for few pennies .
In the meantime , find a good road , have a good old blast , and remember why you bought her...
That's what comes of living in Scotty Land!
I just been up there for a week (Speyside - Beautiful) and its London prices!
Mind you if you drive through Archiestown on the A9102 . . . . . .AAAAARARRRARAAGHGHGHGHG
Its a bleeding tarmac rally stage that's open to the public!!!!!!!!
Keep the car Liongirl they are, as has been said, one of the best.
And you cant really moan about replacing disks, pads, tyres, battery etc cos THEY wear out on every car on the road.
I stick new disks and pads on every Alfa I buy!
And tyres come to think of it!
They are after all the most important bits.
They stop the car and make it change direction!
You can spread the cost of the non essential remaining repairs over a period of time to ease the burden on the credit card!
You know it makes sense!