In this new series of posts, we’ll pull some of the most popular road tests out of our archives, starting with some South African specials. The first subject is the unique-to-SA Alfa Romeo GTV6 3,0, developed locally to battle BMW in Group One racing and built in limited numbers (supposedly 212). At the time (1984), it was the fastest locally-built car on sale and cost R29 495 at the time of testing. Right now, you’ll pay significantly more, and the vehicle is actually becoming quite collectable, as evidenced by prices of around R150 000 for good examples!
Click on the images below to open specific pages of the road test. Then save the image to your computer and open in viewer to read.
Oh, and which classic road test would you like to see next?