2009 Alfa Romeo GT Cloverleaf 2.0JTS. Part of a collection and simply the best example for sale.

Key Facts


Styled by Bertone, the Alfa GT was showcased at the Geneva Motorshow in March 2003. Assembly was originally pencilled in for the Bertone Turin plant but after some number crunching Alfa took control and built the cars alongside the 147 and 159 at their Pomigliano d’Arco plant near Naples, the same plant being used to build the Alfasud back in the early 1970’s.  Production commenced in November 2003 and UK sales commenced in 2004, offering three models from launch, the 2.0JTS, 3.2V6 and 1.9JTD Diesel.

Supplied new by Alfa Romeo dealer County Motors in May 2009, finished in Alfa Red with black leather interior. During the following 4 years the car was kept by two registered keepers who maintained the car with County Motors during their ownership.

In November 2013 the car was sold by Piccadilly Motors, an Alfa main dealer to its last owner, an Alfa enthusiast adding the car to his collection and kept for a further 10 years. The car was kept as part of a collection in a climate controlled environment and quite literally only driven annually to its MOT inspection, thus covering a mere 46 miles since the 2014 MOT test.

We have had the car mechanically inspected by a local Alfa Specialist, who have conducted a full service, including the cambelt, balance belt, tensioners and water pump replacement. Additionally, both rear handbrake cables have been replaced, having been advised on the last MOT.

The car is simply stunning in every respect, testimony to being cosseted for three quarters of its life. The Alfa Red paintwork is excellent in every respect, the interior, engine bay and underside are commensurate with a car that’s four years of age and not thirteen years. It will stand any test of scrutiny. The car is now MOT advisory free and ready to be enjoyed by its next fortunate owner.

We will stress that such examples rarely come to market and mustn’t be confused with average condition and mileage cars advertised, many of which will have suffered from underside corrosion.