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How could anyone not "...like it..."??? Your Alfa is a knockout! Beautiful!

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I was surprised to see my Alfa in this months May issue of Hemmings Sports and Exotic Cars shown in the ad for their car show.
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I was surprised to see my Alfa in this months May issue of Hemmings Sports and Exotic Cars shown in the ad for their car show.
that is always a great feeling to see your car in print!

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Shuey, That is very nice!!! Makes me reconsider waht i want to do with mine!?!?
Enjoy!
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Hello Folks!

One ALFA ROMEO 2000 GTV "NEW"!

The owner, its one friend " Alfista"!

Joo Mendes de Almeida.

This Alfa Romeo is restore! Its better like NEW!


Cheers!

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Holy cow, how beautiful! Great work.

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Hi Folks,

I'm new here and I thought it would be a good idea to start with a picture of my Giulia.

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Welcome to the BB, Sir Driftalot. Always good to see our new member's Alfas. Thanks for posting. You will find good information and help here, good people, and ... er... characters

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Just got it out of storage.
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Wow - that looks great! White just may be my new favorite color for these!

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Geee,

white is the new black...as they say. Love these GTV6s, drove my friend's on a track day in Spa / Belgium, unforgettable.

Thanks for the welcome, AlfaVeloce.

Truly yours,
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Hey man!! Just 'cause I drive an Alfetta doesn't mean.....

Oh,sorry

Wonderful Giulia. They look great in that color. Nice wheels.

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Some photos of my Gtv V6 TB and a picture of my GT junior before restoration.
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Wonderful berlina. They look great in that color. Nice wheels.

Paul
berlina, what Berlina???

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Very nice and you seem to be gaining quite a collection there I have a 156 JTS Sportwagon (I think the same colour as your wifes 156).

One question since I have only recently tested a new 159 JTD sedan. How do you find the 159 in comparison to the 156 ? For I have been wondering if a 159 Sportwagon might be the logical replacement for my car when I am ready to change. Dave
Hey Dave.

Sorry it took me some time to answer.
In my opinion the 159 and and the 156 are completly different cars to drive. The 156 is a smaller sporty car, and with the 2,0 JTS really fast.
The 159 is bigger, and much more limo-like. It drives nice and easy, we have just driven from Denmark to Austria and back (1400 km), it was a plesure.

I must admit, Alfa Romeo (and I) chose the wrong engine for my 159 !

The 1,9 JTS isn't a real Alfa machine, and it is to small for the 159. You should minimum take the 2,2 JTS, if you want to keep the 156-feeling, when you "push the pedal". I have not tested the dieselversion

The 1,9 engine looks nice, but thats it . GM did a really bad job, forcing Alfa to put this Holden engine in the 159. Maybe it is good in a ordenary australian car (no offence), but it is simply to lazy and thirsty compared to the real Alfa 2,0 JTS.

My 159 is redesigned (by Alfa Romeo Denmark) to a S-van model.
You take a normal Sportswagon - takes out the backseat, makes a new floor, takes the windowhandles of the backdoors, and then its no longer a luxorycar but "workcar". It is OK to use it as a normal car.

In Denmark the importers do that to reduced the tax on the numberplates ("commercial cars" is taxed at a much lower rate), and that means a LOT of money in Denmark.

On a normal 159 Sportswagon: factory price + 180% (numberplatetax) + 25% VAT (National robbery)

On the S-van, the platetax is half.



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