Alfa Romeo GT driver’s side motor & regulator.
The Alfa Romeo GT (Type 937) was introduced in March 2003 at the Geneva Motor Show, and was first released for sale in Italy, in January 2004. A total of 80,832 units were produced by Alfa’s Pomigliano plant until it was discontinued in 2010.
The GT’s styling combines features from the classic coupé, and hatchback body styles. Internally it has a full rear bench seat allowing rear seating for 3. Accordingly, the GT was marketed as a ‘practical sports car’. Most of the mechanicals were taken directly from the 156/147. The interior is also derived from the 147 and shares many common parts including the same dash layout and functions, the climate control system, and the electrical system. Some exterior parts are also taken from the 147 such as the bonnet, side mirrors and front wings. The engine configurations options included a 1.8L TS petrol, a 2.0L JTS petrol, a 1.9L MultiJet turbo diesel, and a 3.2L V6 petrol.