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post #16 of 40 (permalink) Old 11-30-2007, 07:25 PM
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It would be cool to get a Romeo truck and put the shop name on the doors. It would make an awesome parts runner!
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post #17 of 40 (permalink) Old 12-01-2007, 02:12 AM
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This Romeo 2 before belonged to Hans Bezemer from Holland who saddly died this year if I am correct!

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It would be cool to get a Romeo truck and put the shop name on the doors. It would make an awesome parts runner!
...AND you might be able write it off tax-wise on your shop! The two-tone in the photos looks like a people-mover- lotsa headroom.

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...AND you might be able write it off tax-wise on your shop! The two-tone in the photos looks like a people-mover- lotsa headroom.

I don't think so. Eevn though it has the high roof, it doesn't appear to have the bench seats all the way around the back, as on the taxis (as per photos and drawings; I have never even seen a Romeo taxi in person!) The Romeo people trasporter that was used at the Alfa factory, and was for sale for an insane aamout of money about 2 years ago (asking price was something like 60,000 Euros!) is still in Germany, as far as I am aware...
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For 60000 my pickup is available also

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Hello,
Here is mine! It was the one you all saw on eBay.com a few months ago from LA.
It starts it's restoration in January, any colour ideas from anyone? I thought Alfa Red but now thinking sky / baby blue would be better??
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A friend of mine runs an old Alfa shop, I put through the scanner some material I found.
These are original sale pictures.
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... parts of a poster showing different configurations made by Officine Introzzi
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Dear Acalvi,
Thank you SO much for posting these glorious images. I have the Alfa Romeo Camion book and none of these are in there so I am very grateful to you for sharing them.
My Romeo 2 is soon to start it's re-assembly. The body is back on the chassis and the engine has been re-installed. The body is currently being prepared for painting with a silver roof, grille and wheels over an Alfa 501 Red lower section below the waitline - the Scuderia del Portello racing colours. I hope to have it finished in April.
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I'd love to have one of the Romeo buses or taxis, but I don't know of any left, other than the one-off that was for sale a few years ago (with the taller roof, that was supposedly used at the Alfa factory), and had an asking price of something like 60,000 Euros.

Do you happen to know if any of the "supermarket" or "ice cream truck" versions were actually built??

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Hello,
Here is mine! It was the one you all saw on eBay.com a few months ago from LA.
It starts it's restoration in January, any colour ideas from anyone? I thought Alfa Red but now thinking sky / baby blue would be better??
Regards, James.

Just found this thread, and I didn't know who bought Mike Harper-Smith's Romeo. I think the ideal paint job would be a cream roof, red upper body, and white lower body.

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Next week I'll get this one with all the parts, would be woth saving.

PS: Sorry, after posting I noticed this thread is for Romeos ..
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Do you happen to know if any of the "supermarket" or "ice cream truck" versions were actually built??
Apparently, they were:



Check also Carrozzerie for this and other very interesting pictures of the Romeo (And A12 / F12)

'88 33 1.3S (1997-04/1999)
'89 75 T.Spark (04/1999-11/2007)
'98 GTV 2.0 V6 TB (11/2007-...)
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