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Q.V.
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Hi tdskip,

I have an early Sedan and used to have a late one a few years ago.

Generally, it steers very easily compared to 105s; it's softer but rolls in corners a little uncomfortably unless you are used to it. No understeer though. Very predictable - again, if you are used to body roll. Restyled sedans should have stiffer sway bars and roll a bit less.

Here's Davide Cironi's review it 2 parts (hope he will translate the close captions to English sometime...):



The engine is the same 2000 with more smog devices like the air pump.

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only rust I can see is near the rear window trim which will be a glass out job.
This is a common rust place. Be ready for holes behind the bubbles.

1975 Alfetta; ex 1973 Spider; ex 1984 Alfetta Quadrifoglio Oro

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