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http://www.alfaday.com/page1.htm

The biggest AR event in Japan.

I have joined it 3 times, although I could not join it this year because of the engine oil leak---
(caused by a bad oil sealing between the engine & the transmission. )

From the website,
5 of (older) Giulietta ,
60 of Giulia,
(In our country, "Giulia" does not always mean "Giulia Super", but includes all the 105 cars.)

and many more ALFAs(334 in all) were there---


 

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What a great collection of Alfas! I am glad to see some older 105/115 models too! I dig that little Alfa logo.

Suzuki-san, do you have any close up pictures from the previous years?

There is a strong Alfa Romeo following in Japan. Many Japanese Alfisti are fanatical about their Alfas.

I love this picture of Mr. Ei-Ichi Osawa's 1967 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce. It is one of the reasons I decided to buy a '67 myself. http://www.csl.sony.co.jp/person/osawa/mycar/pubGTV.html
 

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67GTV said:
And another picture of a '67 GTA in Japan.
Kai,

This is not a GTA, I think.
Because the outer door handle is not the one for GTA.

It has to have the outer handles like these.


Some owners of ALFAs in Japan like to convert their cars into "look like a GTA",
changing the front grill into the wire gauze,making 2 holes under the grill cutting its body panel.
but most owners do not change even their outer handles because they are too rare parts to find them---
 

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How right you are Suzuki-san. I failed to mention "replica".

A friend of mine converted a '67 GTV into this GTA replica, including the door handles.
 

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