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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-28-2015, 07:48 AM Thread Starter
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Didn't know where to put it so ...


Here is a site that has some interesting information on almost every car ever made .

Classic Cars for Sale

Have fun. Great reading while your supposed to be making money for the guy that signs your pay check...

(I'm retired.)


(Little) Washington, NC Incorporated 1776
Red 1959 Spider Conrero Veloce 100,000 miles
sold 1966 ( I had no idea what I had there.)
Red 1967 Spider 100,000 miles sold 1974
Red 1987 Milano 100,000 miles sold 1994
Red 1969 Spider 109,000 Miles in the garage, Sold
Dark Blue 1974 Spider (arriving soon)

We need a law, one that says every male gets a 10 car garage on his 16th birthday so that when he is 60 years old he will never have to say "**** I wish I had never sold that car".
(No, I did not put those "****" up there the system did... )

Question: Do they really make Alfas in any other color then red?
Answer: Well they really do. I fell in love with a Dark Blue Spider on BAT.
I have not done over to the dark side, only the Blue side.
It took me 50 years to see the light..
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Interesting. Some nice photos. But the text reads like a poor translation. Like this one about MG's:

In the past velomehanik, William Morris began in the early twentieth century burgeoning trade in motor vehicles and by 1910 was already owned the largest in Oxford car dealership, which bore the name of "Morris Garage". In 1923, Cecil Kimber, the Manager of the firm of the company Morris, organized the production of sports cars under the trademark MG (Morris Garage).

The bulk of manufactured under this brand cars were common serial car for middle class and particular interest in our time is not present. But issued and interesting sports cars, which in our days can cost as well as the modern counterparts.
Or this about Alfa Romeo:

With the departure of Nicola Romeo in 1928 alpha lost defence of the contract and on the factory started having problems. But already in 1932, the company Alfa Romeo saves the government of Benito Mussolini.

- - Eric
don't read this
~ 1984 Spider Veloce ~
- -~ 1981 GTV-6 ~
Mebane, North Carolina

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