Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

I haven't hit the wrecking yard for a while, but Alameda-based reader Chris went last week and spotted two Malaise Special Jensen-Healeys and a fairly complete-looking Alfa Romeo GTV, right there among all the ho-hum Corollas and Excels in the import section. Whoa, does one of them have a small-block Chevy V8 under the hood? Make the jump for all the photos and Chris' description.

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

Pair Of Jensen-Healeys and Alfa Romeo GTV Provide A Change Of Pace For The Crusher

I live in Alameda, you've featured my roomate's car before - 1966 Coronet Vert...... BTW, he sold it, had a strong 440 in it - getting a complete frame off soon by the new owner. Now he has a '74 Ghia Convertible, parked in the same place.

Anyway, I have an eBay business on the side, sell vintage Euro parts (mostly overseas). A lot of BMW 1980's stuff, Volvo 240's, Mercedes, etc..... So I'm at the yards a lot. Came across some interesting Euro Trash........... two Jensens in the same row! One 4 cyl, one small block chev? Also a nice GTV a few rows over....