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Gloucestershire area - highly recommend, run by Charles who while not an Alfa specialist is an old (and new) school mechanic and has worked on my DD's for years and every now and again works on my 105 when I don't have the tools to DIY, not the cheapest but very good value for money and the only person I trust to work on any of my cars
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Re: Indie Recommendations

Jamie Porter (Alfa Workshop)
Unit 15, Orchard Road,
Royston, Herts
SG8 5HD
01763 245481

...are an excellent combination of quality and price and are often recommended on the forum. Do a search on Jamie Porter or AlfaWorkshop, (if you're a guest, you must register to get the benefit of the forum search function).

They're real Alfa enthusiasts and people seem to come from all over the country to get their cars to him.

Thier website is a mine of useful information too.
I have had 3 Alfas since April 2004, 1998 Phase 1 V6 GTV, 2004 V6 GT and now 156 gta supercharged, Jamie has looked after them all for me, I have always been very happy with the work done on the cars, the website is very good and they have a extensive stock of spares. I played about with the GTV quite bit, emu remap, brakes, shocks, wheels tyres and so on. One good thing about Jamie if he thinks you are wasting your time and money doing something he will tell you, not do what you are suggesting take your money off you and then you be disappointed as it hasn't worked.
 
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