The car is very responsive to both shock adjustments and roll bar adjustments indicating the chassis is still very stiff. The shocks are not truly period but are double adjustable Ohlin’s, new wiring, current fire system, current fuel cell, all new AN hoses throughout. The fuel system was reverted to the original spec with a transfer pump / with acceleration surge, filling the high pressure canister, saving over 5 pounds of weight and reducing load on the battery, currently a super light l-ion . The front calipers are new and there is one new spare. The car currently is running the gearbox without a cooling system due to short sub 30 minutes race time but comes with both gearbox alternator and oil pump for a gearbox cooler. The gearbox has new shift forks, housing, end cap and is incredibly smooth shifting. The car has a clutch based differential that makes the car super efficient with the small radius turns of US tracks better than the cam/pall standard and is adjustable.
The car comes with various spares: wheel bearings, u-joints, springs, gearbox parts, differential, clutch, 2 starters, ++++. Complete list if serious. There are 4 sets of wheels. One original cast 3 piece Mag set unbelievably light, two Jongbloed sets mounted with 2 on track runs and one mounted, new, untouched in nitrogen and a BBS set for rain tires. Included is a very complete set of gears for all US tracks up to a very long straight such as CoTA.
1969 Alfa GTV B-Sedan
Built in the mid 90’s by a father and son team in Southern California, this 1969 Alfa GTV was a no-expense spared build. Raced for several years with VARA Winning some B-Sedan titles along the way.
In the early 2000’s it was sold to a gentleman in Portland Oregon who did a few track days and put it up for sale to fund some other toys.
Current owner purchased the car in 2018 and proceeded to do a full mechanical and safety refit over the next two years, replacing numerous major mechanical parts. The car has a current CSRG Logbook and has raced at Laguna Seca, Sears Point (Sonoma) and Thunderhill raceways putting in fast respectable times. The car is a beautiful example of the Alfa 105 GTV race car, well built, well sorted and ready to go.
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Dio Tipo Front Body Section
CSRG member, Tom Duncan, "found this Dio Tipo front body section at the Eighth & Main Marketplace antique collective in Chico (745 Main Street), leaning up against the wall between the two buildings & thought it might be of interest to someone." Here is a link to the Dio Tipo site:: Dio Tipo|Dio Cars"
If you are interested, contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org (503.893.5534) or just drop by the store and take a look.
109E Block, 3.228 bore, 1.905 stroke. 116E Head (valves/springs/rockers installed), Laystall forged crank, Carrillo rods, Kent A6 cam. Three weekends run time since build. Partially disassembled for inspection. $6,000 obo.
Miscellaneous Engine Parts
In addition to the Junior engine, above, I have for sale: a 109E block; 116E "GH" head casting; 105E head casting; 116E "J" head with fresh grinds/valves/springs (run one weekend); FF rockers (by Farley Engines); head gaskets, wet sumps, timing covers, more. $1,000 for all.
For details, please call Karl at (925) 980-2673.