Recent content by zagatoes30

  1. zagatoes30

    Fulvia

    Looks reasonable value for a modified car, once again opening quarter lights on good which I didn't think HFs had, doors could have been replaced with non HF doors at some point. Still not a fan of those raised outer front lights to meet UK specifications
  2. zagatoes30

    Fulvia

    Just because it's wet shouldn't stop you having fun, Fulvia and Irish back roads were a marriage made in heaven
  3. zagatoes30

    Lovely

    With there only being 10 or 12, what ever anyone will pay but can't see one these days being less than £5m
  4. zagatoes30

    Lovely

    It is at the next Silverstone Auction at race retro - £260-290k estimate https://silverstoneauctions.com/events/2020-auctions/race-retro-classic-competition-car-sale-2020/race-retro-classic-competition-car-sale-2020/competition-cars-friday-21st-february-2020/2003-alfa-romeo-tz2-re-creation-fia...
  5. zagatoes30

    Fulvia

    Looks cheap enough but it is an S3 with some modes especially to the interior. I would never trust an Italian car mileage, Italians rarely keep good records and unless you can talk to all the owners it is almost impossible to verify. Also there is a Franco in Europe who sources cars direct from...
  6. zagatoes30

    Fulvia

    S2 HFs, Montecarlo & Safaris continued with fixed quarter lights but alloy panels were not standard, my MC has had bonnet and boot replaced but not doors. Alloy door fitment can be an art, they do tend to vary quite a bit and getting them to line up can be a challenge.
  7. zagatoes30

    Fulvia

    Only Series 1 cars, the later S2 were front hinged
  8. zagatoes30

    Fulvia

    I agree get a base Fulvia if you want to modify it, a Alfaholics style mod would be interesting although the Fulvia is pretty simple underneath which would limit options to a degree