As mentioned by another poster, and why my opinion is justified:
-Unless the LHD bulkhead was cut out and a RHD bulkhead installed in its place, and unless the brake booster was re-positioned to the other side of the engine bay (where we know its a complete nightmare on a RHD), its nothing more than a bodge job.
Not only that, its a bodge job that was done 15+ years ago!
Bell and Colville did the conversion (I think), and they were also known for converting earlier S3 and S4 Spiders on a much wider scale. A quick Google shows plenty of horror stories where steering columns have been roughly cut and re-welded and subsequently rusted out over the years.
I wouldnt trust the brakes and I wouldnt trust the steering assembly to crash/deform in the same manner.
But hey, knock yourselves out people
Also note, I mention the V6TB is 'relatively' unloved, not unloved per se. I think they are very undervalued at the moment.... normally, if you've got the cash for a V6 GTV, then youve got the cash for the big V6.
The V6TBs were designed as a tax break model for markets where VED and registration costs were high on NEW cars.
15+ years down the line its no longer a consideration. People are also put off by the added complication of a turbo and the rarity of some of the specific parts.
I absolutely maintain that if you want to try a V6TB, visit almost any Euro country and pick up a minter for about £3k GBP.
There was one of the v. rare V6TB Spiders for sale here a while ago in NL. About 400 made I believe (2 for each Alfa dealer in Europe?). It looked stunning and was only about £5k GBP.
The linked car is a HUGE risk and will be extremely difficult to sell on in the UK. The asking price is also ridiculous for what is realistically a complicated and likely unsafe/unreliable curiosity.