2002 Alfa Romeo GTV T-Spark Lusso

Make: Alfa Romeo
Model: GTV T-Spark Lusso
Year: 2002
Registration Number: NY52 FRJ
Chassis Number: ZAR91600007010141
Engine Number: 3262555
Transmission: Manual
Steering: Right Hand Drive
Colour: Lightning Blue
MOT Test Expiry: 18 July 2020
Mileage: 80000
Guide Price: £2000 - 2500

Lot No: 219

 

The first of the modern GTVs appeared in 1994 and around 41,700 were built. The Enrico Fumia designed 2 +2 coupe had a 2 litre twin spark engine, much loved for its sporting appeal. Overall the true Alfa motoring experience is still maintained and appears to offer such excellent value for money in the classic world.
This particular car is finished in Lightning Blue with black trim and has a recorded mileage of 79,800, which the vendor tells us is believed to be correct. Old MOT test certificates would appear to substantiate this. He describes the bodywork and black leather trim as all good and believed original. Engine, manual gearbox and all ancillaries are likewise described as good. Although only owned for a short time, a change of personal circumstances has brought the motor car to the sale.
Offered with this car is a current V5C registration certificate, an MOT to 18th July 2019, an owner’s wallet containing an instruction manual, and a file containing old MOT certificates and some invoices for work carried out.
Italian sports cars rarely disappoint and are, as mentioned before, considered to be excellent value for money. 

The first of the modern GTVs appeared in 1994 and around 41,700 were built. The Enrico Fumia designed 2 +2 coupe had a 2 litre twin spark engine, much loved for its sporting appeal. Overall the true Alfa motoring experience is still maintained and appears to offer such excellent value for money in the classic world.

This particular car is finished in Lightning Blue with black trim and has a recorded mileage of 80000, which the vendor tells us is believed to be correct. Old MOT test certificates would appear to substantiate this. The bodywork and black leather trim as all good and is believed to be original. The engine, manual gearbox and all ancillaries are likewise described as good. A change of personal circumstances has brought the motor car to the sale.

Offered with this motor car is a current V5C registration certificate, an MOT test certificate to 18th July 2020, an owner’s wallet containing an instruction manual, and a file containing old MOT certificates and invoices for work carried out.Italian sports cars rarely disappoint and are, as mentioned before, considered to be excellent value for money. 

Auction Date: 24 October 2019