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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-18-2017, 04:54 AM Thread Starter
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When a Giulietta is just not enough:

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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-18-2017, 07:32 AM
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highlighting ferrari's extensive use of plywood.
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All that and then let's not even bother cleaning up the trunk....

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I'm sorry.... but what a pile.....

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I guess seat belts were an option box he didn't tick? LOL
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You know guys... just because somebody CAN do bodywork, doesn't mean they SHOULD.

OK we get the historical Enzo-Alfa Romeo connection, but... really???
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I guess for when you need to make an alternate timeline version of Miami Vice taking place in 1965.
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I saw an Alfa Giulia Sprint with a Chevy engine and a 2000 Spider with a Ford V8 but, never saw a 101 Giulietta Spider modified to look like a Ferrari roadster.
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I love the chassis stiffening.......... {I wonder who lost their handrail?????}

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........ but, never saw a 101 Giulietta Spider modified to look like a Ferrari roadster.
I believe you still haven't......

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This is what owners did before we started worshiping our Alfa's. Vanilla is not the only flavor!
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Stock Alfa`s are generally boring

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Who ever did the exhaust should look into a new line of work

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I'm with not2old4toys on this.
Someone obviously had some fun with it a few years back, and spent quite a bit of dough.
Not my taste, but it made me smile, and would have attracted heaps of interest wherever it went.
Looks like it still does.
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