This 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV is a recently restored example finished in gunmetal metallic grey over a black interior with ’69-only flying buttress seats. It was purchased by the seller 15 years ago out of the Midwest, where it was reported to have sat unused for over 15 years. The seller owns a small restoration shop, and the subsequent work totaled over $30k and roughly 1,000 hours of labor. Power is provided by a 1779cc inline-four paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Modifications include a set of sidedraft Weber carburetors, Rota alloy wheels, a stinger exhaust, and more. Approximately 20 shakedown miles have been added since the work was completed, and this GTV is now being offered with receipts from the restoration, the factory SPICA injection system, and a clear Minnesota title in the seller’s name.
The work began with taking the car down to the body shell, at which point it was media blasted. Sheet metal replacement and repair was performed as needed, as shown in the gallery below.
After the bodywork completed, the entire shell was refinished in a custom gunmetal grey with a McLaren yellow nose. Photos highlighting the panel fit and paint have been provided in the gallery.
Yellow lamps and Euro-market Carello tail lamps are fitted, as well as a set of custom front flush-mount turn signals in the front bumper mounting holes. 8-spoke alloy wheels from Rota come wrapped with Falken rubber at each corner. The dual-master brake system specific the 1969-model year remains installed, and the ATE calipers have been painted yellow.
Additional photos of the reupholstered black basketweave flying buttress seats, matching rear bench, door panels, and black carpet have been provided in the gallery below.
Factory Jaeger instrumentation resides in the dash the dash, behind a Nardi wood steering wheel. 30k miles are shown on the odometer, but total mileage is unknown.
The 1779cc inline-four and 5-speed gearbox have been refreshed. Induction is through a pair side-draft Webers behind trumpets and foam element filters. Photos of the included original SPICA injection system have been provided.
Reassembly included repainted satin black suspension components with fresh bushings hardware, tie-rods, and joints. The chassis was plumbed with new hard lines for the brake and fuel system. A stinger pipe is tied into the forward exhaust and headers. Additional photos of the undercarriage have been provided in the gallery below.
Receipts and records totaling over $30k is parts and labor are included with the sale.
Photos of the car prior to the restoration, along with images of the stripped bodyshell and during reassembly have been provided in the gallery. A cold start video can be viewed below.