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Stumbled across this interesting little garage in the middle of nowhere when I was in Devon helping my mate with his house repairs - anyone know of them?
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Stumbled across this interesting little garage in the middle of nowhere when I was in Devon helping my mate with his house repairs - anyone know of them?
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No I haven't heard of them (I live in adjoining Somerset) but I'd be interested to hear of fellow Alfisti's experiences.
 

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Alfa Ragazzi is run by Stuart Mansel - Let's put it this way; We (Liskeard Classic Cars Ltd.) do a few Alfa Classics because I love them. I have been an Alfa nut since my apprenticeship and own a slightly modified GTV TS. I have a fear of doing cam-belts that borders on the psychotic even though we have an AMV8 in at the moment for new cam-chain slippers/guides - doesn't faze me at all. So we send all our cam-belt stuff and diagnostics we can't sort out (Stuart has every AR software platform known to man) up to Stuart, including my "Katie"

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Stuart is very knowledgeable and loves his Alfas. He is an exceptional sprayer as well.

I can totally recommend Alfa Ragazzi

We love a 105! This one is in for a special "Liskeard Classic Cars" service.....bit of minor bodywork to do first, though:

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Never heard of Alfa ragazzi (friends) before. World wide there are lots of Alfa Romeo friends, fans, fanatics and so on and so on.
 
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