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2009 Alfa Romeo Spider JTS V6 Q4 No Reserve

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Lot details Registration No: RO09 XAS Chassis No: ZAR93900005028097 MOT: December 2024 Only c.85,000 miles from new Just three former keepers and current ownership from 2019 Desirable 3.2 Litre V6 JTS engine with 6-speed manual gearbox plus four-wheel drive Extensive service history with 10 stamps from specialists and invoices to show large expenditure with the most recent bill for £4899.73 in December 2022 The Type 939 Spider is widely regarded as the 6th generation of Alfa Romeo Spiders, the first version of which was released in 1966. The New Spider version was launched at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, where it also received the "Cabrio of the Year" award and production ran until November 2010. Based on the Brera Coupe, it seats two passengers rather than four passengers as in the Coupe. Originally Alfa Romeo offered two engines: the 2.2 L straight-4 and the range topping 3.2 L V6 JTS — The legendary ‘Busso’ V6 was retired at the end of GTV production so a new GM engine – with Alfa cylinder heads and induction – filled in. Like the old Busso V6 it displaced 3.2-litres, though power was now sent through four driven wheels (rare in the Busso era) making the new Spider more of a grippy and torquey tourer. First registered on 1st May 2009 in the United Kingdom, RO09 XAS is the desirable, range-topping 3.2 V6 Q4 model with six-speed manual transmission. Finished in the unusual yet attractive colour combination of Metallic Blue over a Black Leather interior, this vehicle has been cherished by four keepers including the vendor who has owned the car since 2019. The history file is complete with the original handbooks and service booklet which shows ten stamps, the majority of which are from Bournemouth-based Alfa Romeo specialists Autolusso. There is also a huge stack of invoices on file which both backs up the stamp booklet and complements it, with the most recent invoice from Autolusso for £4899.73 in December 2022 for a considerable amount of work which included a new clutch, dual mass flywheel, rear brake callipers and overhaul of the subframe. Now presented for sale due to the vendor looking to move onto something a little more sedate, the car is presented in what the vendor describes as 'good' overall cosmetic condition with a number of scratches in the paintwork as to be expected from a working car, but in 'excellent' mechanical condition. For more information, please contact: Lucas Gomersall lucas.gomersall@handh.co.uk 07484 082430

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Lot details Registration No: RO09 XAS Chassis No: ZAR93900005028097 MOT: December 2024 Only c.85,000 miles from new Just three former keepers and current ownership from 2019 Desirable 3.2 Litre V6 JTS engine with 6-speed manual gearbox plus four-wheel drive Extensive service history with 10 stamps from specialists and invoices to show large expenditure with the most recent bill for £4899.73 in December 2022 The Type 939 Spider is widely regarded as the 6th generation of Alfa Romeo Spiders, the first version of which was released in 1966. The New Spider version was launched at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, where it also received the "Cabrio of the Year" award and production ran until November 2010. Based on the Brera Coupe, it seats two passengers rather than four passengers as in the Coupe. Originally Alfa Romeo offered two engines: the 2.2 L straight-4 and the range topping 3.2 L V6 JTS — The legendary ‘Busso’ V6 was retired at the end of GTV production so a new GM engine – with Alfa cylinder heads and induction – filled in. Like the old Busso V6 it displaced 3.2-litres, though power was now sent through four driven wheels (rare in the Busso era) making the new Spider more of a grippy and torquey tourer. First registered on 1st May 2009 in the United Kingdom, RO09 XAS is the desirable, range-topping 3.2 V6 Q4 model with six-speed manual transmission. Finished in the unusual yet attractive colour combination of Metallic Blue over a Black Leather interior, this vehicle has been cherished by four keepers including the vendor who has owned the car since 2019. The history file is complete with the original handbooks and service booklet which shows ten stamps, the majority of which are from Bournemouth-based Alfa Romeo specialists Autolusso. There is also a huge stack of invoices on file which both backs up the stamp booklet and complements it, with the most recent invoice from Autolusso for £4899.73 in December 2022 for a considerable amount of work which included a new clutch, dual mass flywheel, rear brake callipers and overhaul of the subframe. Now presented for sale due to the vendor looking to move onto something a little more sedate, the car is presented in what the vendor describes as 'good' overall cosmetic condition with a number of scratches in the paintwork as to be expected from a working car, but in 'excellent' mechanical condition. For more information, please contact: Lucas Gomersall lucas.gomersall@handh.co.uk 07484 082430

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