Think I just woke up in heaven!

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Think I just woke up in heaven!

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Back in the early 70's when I was doing racing tyres and giving technical support to our teams our most successful client was Autodelta Alfa Romeo. Ever since I've just loved the sight of a well sorted competition Alfa. However I just came across this and it's totally blown me away: https://totemautomobili.com/gt-super Did you ever see anything quite so drop dead gorgeous?
 
Back in the early 70's when I was doing racing tyres and giving technical support to our teams our most successful client was Autodelta Alfa Romeo. Ever since I've just loved the sight of a well sorted competition Alfa. However I just came across this and it's totally blown me away: https://totemautomobili.com/gt-super Did you ever see anything quite so drop dead gorgeous?
I agree , a lovely looking car, a bit like a posher version of the 1971 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV I had that went the way of the first wife in divorce settlement.
 
I'd agree that the Alfa Giulia Sprint GT / GTA is one of the most beautiful cars ever, Jock.

One of those things I always regret not getting when they were affordable. But then I know I'd only have watched it rust away.

Now my idea of perfection would be a fairly standard road Sprint GT but in RUSTPROOF spec!

Maybe a more modern, efficient and *ahem* "reliable"(?) Alfa four pot for regular use, but otherwise standard.

I notice that Totem outfit in the link replace the panels with carbon fibre, so that's a good start.

I wonder if they also rustproof the chassis, sills, windscreen frame and, er everything else for your 400k?

I think I'm in agreement with @Bonefish Blues, restomods just ain't quite my cup of tea.

There's also this updated Healey 100, but again I think I prefer the original: www.caton.uk

This, on the other hand... :D
 
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