Lot 115 - 1993 Alfa Romeo Spider S4 by Pininfarina
|Sold - £20,160
The Alfa Romeo Spider just seems to get better and better, launched with the standard magical twin-cam block with Weber carburettors and five speed transmission, it proved a heady combination. Engine capacities then swelled and external styling cues changed. The series 3 adopted electronic fuel ignition and a revised interior with this, the final series benefitting from a cleaner redesigned exterior, Bosch fuel injection, full-width rear taillights, on-board diagnostics and an optional automatic gearbox. The joy however, as every Alfa-ista will tell you, is snicking through the gears and hearing that glorious engine exhaust note.
With over 21,000 S4 examples built, finding a good example is not always easy but this is certainly one of them. The conversion from left to righthand drive has, reportedly, been undertaken by Alfa specialists, Bell & Coleville with the acquisition, by the vendors, some two years ago from a Yorkshire-based, private collection. The paintwork is sharp and panel-gap good. Mechanically, it has benefitted from new gearbox synchro’s and is used, now, only in dry weather. Supply with a full one-year MoT test certificate, this excellent example is simply aching to be driven!
Interested parties should note that the year of manufacture is listed on the HPI certificate as 1993 whilst the date of first registration in the UK is listed as 1996.
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