Workshop Seventy7's 1971 Alfa Romeo 105 GTV, coated by Gtechniq.
Workshop Seventy7, based in Weedon, Northamptonshire, incorporate Oshe Design and Bagged Benz UK, working together to design and fabricate uncompromising sports and luxury cars. Creating a modern vision of world-famous classic cars, whilst remaining true to their pedigree and heritage.
When Workshop Seventy7 got their hands on this 1971 Alfa Romeo 105 GTV, no expense was spared. The engine received an upgrade to produce 195BHP and a stage three suspension setup to make this car both gripping and spirited. The car also received a full respray before being handed over to Gtechniq Works for the week.
Once the car was in Gtechniq Works, the paint was single-stage polished before application of C1 Crystal Laquer. C1 was applied to the Alfa as it is generally better suited for older paints such as cellulose and 2K. With the ceramic coating left to cure for 12 hours, it was time to protect the wheels with C5 Wheel Armour. Giving up to two years durability and making rims easy to maintain, C5 offers the best protection by repelling brake dust and contaminants.
To finish off the look, the tyres were given a layer of T2 Tyre Dressing, an easy to apply formula that will not get slung onto your car’s bodywork while driving.
Completing the exterior, the glass was cleaned with G6 Perfect Glass for a crystal-clear finish. Cleaning and protecting the interior is just as important as the exterior. Interior surfaces were cleaned with I2 Tri-Clean, an all-surface interior product that cleans and kills 99.9% of bacteria.