Here are some of the many I had. Starting off with a 1978 1.5 Super Series 2 I restored in 1995 - we took it as a p/x at SGT from it's one and only owner. Wings, rear arches, sills and wing rails - the usual really!
And here he is completed. Yes, that's a 116 Giulietta in the background, a 1985 1600RS that went to Ireland.
Believe it or not we only painted the wings and back arches - the rest polsihed up with the mop and compound. The bootlid ALWAYS turned a darker green in photos - in real life it was the same as the rest of it. The car was sold to Chris Jacques who ran the AROC Thames Valley region for some years. I saw it again in 2003 at Stanford Hall Alfa day and it looked superb still - I fitted late Alfa 33 front arch liners and used 7 litres of Waxoyl. This is the same car Jeremy Clarkson drove on Top Gear a few years back. Where is it??
Gratuitous front shot. Every time I think a 159JTD or a MiTo might be a good car, I think back to this one. It was just such a special car.
EGF906X was a Sud I rescued in 1992. It was in a very bad way with rotten sills, arches and wings plus a ruined clutch. I paid £50 for it, re-panelled it, had a stunning paintjob done in overnbaked 2 pack and replaced the clutch. This pic was taken by the first owner in Italy, wifey at the wheel. It was a booted 1.5 Super with the later dash.
Mid restoration, the day it went to be painted. I haven't got a photo of the finished car but it looked great.
A 1976 1200 Sud 5M. I can't recall the reg number but i fitted new wings, did a few other metalwork repairs, painted it and sold it circa 1989. It had done something like 20'000 miles and drove like new.
I I snapped this 1981 1.5 Super when it was parked up around Durham university - it was unbelievably mint.
The ones I really miss? My first Sud, a 1200Ti RYL 243R and it's replacement, YYN308T which was a 1350 Ti in Posillipo blue. Oh to go back to 1986 when Suds were everywhere, and for peanuts!