I was thinking about all the future modified builds that I'd love to do. Many are just dreaming, but given the cash and time that could easily turn into reality. Here goes the list (they're not all Alfas, I promise). Anyone else have a similar list?

-Alfa Romeo 156 (AWD, 3.2l V6. Maybe after the current 156 gives up the ghost)

-Alfa Romeo 159 Sportwagon (Autodelta supercharger kit and lightweight panels)

-Alfa Romeo GTV6 (3.0l conversion, maybe even 24v one from a 164 or GTV)

-Alfa Romeo 2000GTV (breathed upon by Alfaholics)

-Alfa Romeo 2000GTV (2.5l Arese V6 plus a lightened front end)

-Alfa Romeo Montreal (3.0l Autodelta rebore)

-Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider (slightly flared wheelarches hiding wider wheels, 2.0l GTV engine and disk brakes)

-Alfa Romeo Alfetta Saloon (3.0l 24v V6)

-Jaguar XJ6C (full E-type+ spec I6, Ecurie Ecosse blue)

-Jaguar E-Type (V12 with a shortened chassis, again Ecurie Ecosse blue)

-Jaguar XJ40 (manual estate)

-Lancia Beta Coupe (Delta integrale running gear)

-Maserati BiTurbo (later car with a 2.8l 222 engine and all the trick suspension parts)

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-Matra Murena (any HiPo Peugeot engine)

-Mazda MX-5 (rotary widebody)

-MGB GT V8 (Baja style build, maybe AWD)

-Reliant Scimitar (breathed on engine, or a 3.0l V6 from a Jaguar S-Type)

-Rover P6 (later car, 3.5l injected V8 from a late Rover SD1)

-Triumph Spitfire (Triumph 2.5l I6)

-Triumph GT6 MkII (Group44 inspired paint and a tuned 2.0l I6)

-Triumph Stag (4.0l Jaguar AJV8)