Has anyone any new info regarding the reopening of Alfa's Centro Documentation Service? I tried a while back but it was apparently too soon after Marco's move.
The Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo will reopen its offices on July 27th.
In order to improve our services, we’re rearranging the archives at the Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo (Arese). For this reason, the researches of car registry information are currently suspended. In the next few months, the service will be reactivated with a new dedicated website. We apologize for this temporary inconvenience.
In case of emergency, please contact +39 334 678 85 43
Centro Documentazione Alfa Romeo
Viale Alfa Romeo
I-20020 Arese (MI)
'temporary' in Italy can mean anything, but never means 'soon'!Unfortunately the service is still unavailable. We apologize for this temporary inconvenience,
I thought I'd revive this post: Does anyone have any new info on when the website will be active again? September has come and (almost) gone... :frown2:Okay, from what I know this is going to be covered by the new FCA Heritage division which Marco is now part of as Worldwide Owners Clubs Manager.
FCA Heritage is a startup but already has some great content.
Heres an article about what is to come for classic Alfa owners
This Is The Man Officially In Charge Of Celebrating And Promoting Italy?s Automotive History - Petrolicious
The important part of the article is
"From September onwards we will be offering a dedicated service on request for our customers, providing certificates of originality, matching number verification, service manuals, and so on for most of the classic models from each of our major brands."
Looks like the FCA Heritage are concentrating on other brands at the mo, they seem to be drip feeding content from each marque, here is an example of what they have done for FIAT.I thought I'd revive this post: Does anyone have any new info on when the website will be active again? September has come and (almost) gone... :frown2: