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Today 03:37 AM
kartone Autostrada to Bellinzona, which on-ramp?
Today 03:36 AM
kartone How does the Alfetta manage to pass the collaudo in Bellinzona?
08-01-2015 01:36 AM
evi .
08-01-2015 01:32 AM
evi today...
07-31-2015 04:12 PM
1986velocealfa Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio ride is the "Matterhorn" notice the shape of the grill on the car. The cars have two holes for a badge to be added.
07-28-2015 02:09 PM
ckeen74 This is so 2012, but I don't think anyone's posted it yet... MIA's video Bad Girls features a group of women doing Middle Eastern style drifting etc. in an Alfa 156.

07-24-2015 06:47 PM
sloboy89 Hope to see more and more of these around:

06-29-2015 11:54 AM
Gary Williams It's always nice to get a fresh perspective from our friends in Australia. Now I understand why it's called "down under."
06-29-2015 10:12 AM
Sketchl .........
06-29-2015 10:11 AM
Sketchl Nice to see a couple of classics whilst in Paris...
06-24-2015 12:29 PM
evi New Logo Alfa Romeo

and new Giulia

06-23-2015 10:26 PM
ckeen74 I've actually seen a decent amount of other interesting cars here, and of course on my ventures into Portland... a later Austin Healey today, a Jensen Healey last weekend, etc. Although, that's not counting the friendly collector whose garage I happened to walk past in Portland, who had (among other things) a Mexican Willys-built '59 sprint "veloce" and a GTV6, plus various other cars that are escaping my memory since I was, uh, overwhelmed... anyhow, now I have a 2600 sprint in my garage so I see one every day, and it's just a couple weeks until the other cars join me up here.
06-22-2015 10:29 PM
Gary Williams
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1980s Spider Graduate on Main at Mill Plain in Vancouver, WA... would have only got a passing glance from me in CA, but now I'm Alfa starved, plus this was a pretty nice one. I think that brings me to about 4 164s, a Berlina, and two spiders since moving here.
I know what you mean about being Alfa starved versus the California experience. My 501 red GTV has been out and about between Washougal, Vancouver and Salem lately, but I have yet to see another Alfa. Not even the usual MGs and Triumphs have been on the road.

Heading west to church on SR14 Sunday, though, we saw a GT40 and two Cobras. At least some fun cars are driven around here once in a while.
06-18-2015 06:06 PM
ckeen74 1980s Spider Graduate on Main at Mill Plain in Vancouver, WA... would have only got a passing glance from me in CA, but now I'm Alfa starved, plus this was a pretty nice one. I think that brings me to about 4 164s, a Berlina, and two spiders since moving here.
06-16-2015 01:47 PM
slam105
Rare Sight in So. Florida!

Spotted a red S4 Spider w/'Phone-dial' rims parked in the TriRail station in Deerfield Beach, Florida! Aside from the repair-shop, I've seen, maybe, 5 Alfas in SoFlo in the last 10 years!

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