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I was searching the web on other stuff and happend to run into the alfa club in taiwan. Check out their event photos...

Looking at these photos, I have to admire/envy all the new cars they are getting, but you don't see any track for the event! Here in the states' side, we have many good tracks but we don't have new alfas to drive... hm.. We should have some cross-culture event to bring all the new alfas from Taiwan to US for a weekend of track events, so we get to drive their new Alfas, and they get to drive our old alfas :) a 75/33 there is considered VERY OLD.

A relative visiting from Asia saw my pristine white LS and say "But why such an old model!" .. d*mn...

http://www.alfaclub.com.tw/gallary/c15.htm

dreaming for a 156GTA
 

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Holy Sh*t

Now that's a Alfa car show!! What pisses me off though is there is not a single 105 there:mad: that's ok because i am happy see the 156's just lined up waiting for me :)
 

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No kidding! So many Alfas! They reported to have 300 Alfas show up. I am also disappointed with the absence of 105 cars. I searched through their site and found a handful of Spiders and only two GTVs.

Check out the pics in this gallery. Some nice older Alfas including a '73 or '74 GTV misnamed as a "Giulia GTA".

http://www.alfaclub.com.tw/gallary/a1.htm

Click on the link at the bottom of this page to see current Alfa models and concept cars.
 

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