First up is a 3 year long '67 Giulia TI Super Replica build, known as the Alfaholics TI Super-R. Starting out with a rust free California donor car, the first stage was to convert it to right-hand drive. After all of the bodywork was done, the pristine rolling shell was then fitted with modern components more in keeping with the name. There's a billet dual circuit pedal box controlling 6-pot calipers on the front, adjustable dampers, FIA 2 1/4″ spring kit, lightweight wishbones, a competition-spec rear axle and a whole host of other race-spec parts to get the juices going.
Under the bonnet is Alfaholic's special recipe big valve Twinspark engine; 218BHP. Yum yum.
This is mated to an AP race paddle clutch and running 3-D mapped ignition; no half measures with this piccante Giulia.
The second is the GTA-R built for Franco Bandegiati; fashioned from a 2000 GTV. Alfaholics have performed this transformation a number of times; this is number 1004, the fourth GTA-R replica. Not too much info on this beauty, but if its built to the same high standard as the Giulia TI above, it must be pretty super.
The donor car: