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I've a BMW M-3 from 2002 Gary. About 100,000 miles on it now. Great car, but UNLIKE my '65 Alfa, there is very little user repairable stuff on new German hardware.
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Hi Gordon: I like not being able to work on the Porch-uh myself. Just got tired of working on cars after more than half a century. It's a matter of two great sports cars from different eras but with the same purpose.

I can enjoy driving one pretty much anywhere, because it's not rare or fragile at this stage of its life. The other is a wonderful car, but takes a lot more care due to its advanced age (in car years). What's not to like about both of these?

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Sad Gary. Been there. Alfa's are like family members. ncng


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Hi Gordon: I like not being able to work on the Porch-uh myself. Just got tired of working on cars after more than half a century. It's a matter of two great sports cars from different eras but with the same purpose.

I can enjoy driving one pretty much anywhere, because it's not rare or fragile at this stage of its life. The other is a wonderful car, but takes a lot more care due to its advanced age (in car years). What's not to like about both of these?
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My modest 1st contibution on that topic.
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Hi Gordon: I like not being able to work on the Porch-uh myself. Just got tired of working on cars after more than half a century. It's a matter of two great sports cars from different eras but with the same purpose.

I can enjoy driving one pretty much anywhere, because it's not rare or fragile at this stage of its life. The other is a wonderful car, but takes a lot more care due to its advanced age (in car years). What's not to like about both of these?
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in a parallel universe - I sold my silver 1974 GTV and got a ruby red 2008 Cayman in 2009
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Where are the Women ??!!??
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WHAT?

Why don`t we have a thread, WOMEN

There`s pictures of Alfas all over this forum!

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You get the beautiful women AFTER you get the Porsche !
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Uh !! Uhhhh !!!!

And when you've got Porsche + Alfas ??!!??

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In the interest of keeping this thread G rated and safe for work. Here's a photo of one of my favorite ladies with my Alfa. My Mom, Annunziata, a true born Neopolitan, 89 this year and still appreciates a fine ride.
I'll bet she makes great braciole and macaroni.What part of Naples is she from?
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Why don`t we have a thread, WOMEN

There`s pictures of Alfas all over this forum!
Ruth Orkin's 1951 "An American Girl in Italy" (Firenze).

I think an Alfa is parked to the left just down the street ...
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