Tell me again why a V6 Alfa needs a Q2, GTA clutch and powerflexing to be sellable?
My first GTA had 100k on the clock on its original diff and clutch.
My first V6 GTV had 99k on - original diff and clutch.
My current GTA has 143k on it, just had its first clutch, still on original diff.
My imported V6 has no evidence of a new diff or clutch being fitted or required.
The obsession on these boards with cambelt changes every other weekend, and the "must have" upgrades is simply nonsense. I would much prefer a completely standard car with a genuine history which hasn't had any Tom Dick or Harry messing with it.
There are many many others out there who also think like me. If I owned this car I would give it to a valeter/painter/mechanic to get up to scratch and make mint, then stick it in a reputable rag like Auto trader - it will sell for top money. Or sell it to Clive who frequents these boards - he is the specialist on these and would be able to put this out at a great price.
Alfa Romeo history in order - 156 Sele, 156 Sele, Spider 156jtd facelift, 147 1.6, 156 GTA, GTV 3.0, 156jtd, 145QV, 156GTA, 145qv