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post #16 of 221 (permalink) Old 09-13-2016, 07:01 AM
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On a Dutch Alfa forum someome posted last week the response he received. "In the next few months, the service will be reactivated with a new dedicated website." We heard that one before, so I bet it will be a while.

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If this goes like the museum we won't get anything until late next year. Since Marco left it has come to a grinding halt for information. You would think they would keep this going in the interim until the other site is ready to go.
I will think "Domani, lets have another glass of vino while we think this out."

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If I were them I'd digitise the historic database and automate the whole thing through a delivery partner. That sort of thing takes time, and resource to localise as a global offering across multiple marques.

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Maybe a note to Marcione might get a better response than what we are seeing?
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Here's the reply I got on Sept. 22nd,

Unfortunately the service is still unavailable. The service will be reactivated as soon as possible.
We apologize for this temporary inconvenience,

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Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo
Viale Alfa Romeo
I-20020 Arese (MI)
ITALY
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Getting closer

Fca heritage site is now live

www.fcaheritage.com

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??

Are they going into the factory-supported restoration bizness like Porsche??


The Project

HISTORY BACK TO SHINE

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Kind of a classic Italian website...a bit confusing, overdone tricky graphics, slow, no english.... I don't like to sound mean, just look at Alfa, Ferrari, Italian bicycles, furniture, you name it.

Here's some Alfa content translated in the Google:

Museums, where you can admire the rarest models, workshops, where the car you're most fond return to its ancient splendor; for people who want more of your garage or certification, for those who do not get enough of the Classic.

"The Time Machine" - Alfa Romeo Museum. Arese, adjacent to the Expo, a brand center with indoor track, event space and showrooms.
A journey through the myth is what offers "The Time Machine - Historical Museum Alfa Romeo" in Arese, reopened to the public after a major redevelopment and construction intervention. The museum, which houses the most significant pieces of the historical collection Alfa Romeo, is the heart of a center equipped with brand bookshop, cafeteria, documentation center, indoor track, spaces for sales events and showrooms with delivery area: an ideal link between past, present and future. Along the way are exposed models that have most marked not only the evolution of the brand, but the story itself car. The first car A.L.F.A., the 24 HP of 1910, the winners of the legendary Mille Miglia as the 6C 1750 Gran Sport of Tazio Nuvolari, 8C bodied by Touring the Grand Prix 159 "Alfetta 159" World Formula 1 champion Juan Manuel Fangio; by Juliet at 33 TT 12. Three sections, corresponding to the same values ​​in the DNA Alfa Romeo: the Timeline, which represents industrial continuity; Beauty and Speed, with evocative multimedia spaces that evoke the great triumphs of Alfa history. The journey through the myth ends with a playful and spectacular finish: some stations with movies in virtual reality to 360 degrees, and a lounge-cinema in which the visitor, sitting on interactive armchairs, may attend the screening 4D movies dedicated to the legendary successes.

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Found this link...

https://www.museoalfaromeo.com/en-us...AlfaRomeo.aspx

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.and this!

The Alfa Romeo Documentation Centre was set up in the 1960s with the aim of preserving and promoting the history of the brand. It now comprises an extensive historical archive containing digitised images that can be viewed, technical publications, drawings, film footage and documentation covering the whole history of the company, its racing achievements and its products. It starts from the original document establishing A.L.F.A., signed on 24 June 1910, and continues up to documentation on the most recent cars. The Alfa Romeo Documentation Centre is located within the Arese site that also includes the Alfa Romeo Historical Museum. It is a constantly expanding facility, supporting the company's initiatives and promoting awareness of it for Alfa Romeo experts and enthusiasts too.

Alfa Romeo Documentation Centre, Viale Alfa Romeo, 20020 Arese (Milano) - Italia
Email: [email protected]
Tel. ​02.444.255.11​

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So, we still got nothing 😢😢😢😢
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The website does say it is in beta, granted there seems to be a lot of words and not a lot of substance yet.

I only posted to show that things seem to be happening

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We got a little bit of something then...... But it's good to see progress, especially compared to the complete lack of interest shown by FCA management for the Alfa centenary.
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We got a little bit of something then...... But it's good to see progress, especially compared to the complete lack of interest shown by FCA management for the Alfa centenary.
I think co-branding is the right way to go as well, some italiaphiles tend to be blinkered to other marques in the portfolio, this will be good for all lovers of classic italian automobiles

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this will be good for all lovers of classic italian automobiles
True.
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