It's a manual, from '99 number 1107, driving still very nice.Holy sh1t. Never saw that many km in a 3200
Is that a manual or auto?
My Manual AC suffered shunt when pottering about in towns, not its happiest place, but more than made up for it when out on open twisty roads.That's quite normal on some manual cars, most probably left the factory like that, drive line shunt was mentioned lots of times in contemporary road tests
Nothing to worry about!
Cars are there to be enjoyed and driven.Is it a Brit thing this obsession we seem to have with mileage? When my mate was an apprentice mechanic, 1980-84, they looked after a Alfa Romeo Montreal that had 400,000kms on it. The owner was Italian and had a business that was involved with Bulgaria and Romania and used the Monti to drive back there and back via his family home in Italy at least monthly often more.
Thank you sir but all credits go to my late father.Well done sir, that is mighty impressive. I know many on here say that these cars need to be driven but that is taking it to a whole new level. My 3200 had managed around 38k miles by the time it left me at 13 years of age and was on it's second set of thrust washers so I do applaud you!