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retro race 2007, interesting alfa...

I just thought I'd add this thread after reading Alex's on Retro Race show in the uk. Just a couple of pics of a very interesting and different Alfa Romeo on show. Sorry about the image quality, will hopefully have some better pics when I get my film developed (it was a Retro show )
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more images from AROC forum, thanks to RCWM.


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Everyone needs a half-track in their garage. Ok, perhaps not, but its still kinda cool.

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Anyone seen the Willy's jeep style Alfa powered by the twin-cam. I think it's called the AR-506 or something like that. I have it in a mag somewhere.
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The Alfa Romeo Matta.




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That's her!
I have some pics of a lovely red one that I will put here.
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Half Track

I believe this was built circa 1923 to take wealthy Italians up the ski slopes before the advent of lifts.It later turned up in the USA and was used by the postal service!Recently bought by its present owner from Belgium.
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