Founded in 1987 by Jano Djelalian.
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Back in 1987, a gifted young engineer with a deep-seated passion for Italian cars - in particular Alfa Romeo - achieved his ambition to open his very own tuning business in West London.

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Autodelta logo.

That individual was Jano Djelalian, and the inspiration for the name of his new company came from the illustrious Alfa Romeo works racing team of the sixties - Autodelta.

Operating from a small premises in Alperton, near Wembley, Jano rapidly earned a reputation for "going the extra mile", routinely maintaining and tweaking the Alfa Romeo models of the day, including Alfasud, GTV6, 33, 75, 164, Spider, and before long, the extraordinary SZ Zagato coupe.

(source: Autodelta)

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Alfa-Romeo Autodelta 159 J4 3.2 Compressore.

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Alfa-Romeo Autodelta 159 J4 3.2 Compressore & 3.2 Compressore.

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Alfa-Romeo Autodelta 159 J4 3.2 Compressore.

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Alfa-Romeo Autodelta 159 J4 3.2 Compressore.

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