The project brief is to build a high specification Alfaholics GTA-R for a combination of daily use and fast road canyon driving in California. The donor car for the project is a 1968 1300 GT Junior. Stripped down, as with all projects, it has its good points and bad points of corrosion. The car seems to have not much filler in the panels, which is a good sign for the general body condition. It has suffered from bad corrosion in the floors and front cross-member, but as all Alfaholics GTA-Rs have new steel work throughout the bottom of the car, that is of little relevance. It is nice that it has not suffered from the typical corrosion at the base of the rear side windows and base of screens, keeping original metal profiles in these areas is always nicer than fitting reproduction metalwork in these areas.