Another Speedhunters feature, this time on the Alfa Romeo GT Junior. Jordan Butters did an excellent job of conveying the passion behind this build, that fact that it was created to ‘scalp’ more modern cars on track, not to mention the countless unique touches which help make this such a special Retropower project. Click through to read the feature for yourself.

“This is David West’s 1971 Alfa Romeo GT Junior 1300, and I am – possibly – the most enamoured I have ever been with a feature car.”

“Anyone who hasn’t quite fallen head-over-heels in love with the Junior from the outside soon arrives at the correct emotions once sat inside. From the finish to the materials used, everything oozes quality.”

“It’s not a car you’d want to munch miles in – too intense for that but to grab by the scruff of the neck and hurl down country lanes or twisty circuits it’s incredibly rewarding. You just find yourself pushing harder and harder, exploring the grip whilst being bombarded by an unimaginably intense induction noise.”

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