Everything just like always. Gardening with new wife. Various Alfa work, but much remains. Grandson increasingly recalcitrant. Took the 77 11502 up to Tahoe for a picnic on a mostly deserted beach. We’ll watch a movie, with some Chateau d’Cardboard. Got off a couple of near misses at a squirrel this morning, using a slingshot.
I retired ten years ago. That about describes most days, when I’m not flying over the Amazon, shopping in Marseilles, or dancing the tango with much younger, and shockingly underclothed ladies.
I finished. Repacked the bearings, installed in rotors, replaced a weeping break hose and bleed the repaired break hose caliper. Oh yea clean my tools and put a check mark next to replace breaks on my list of things to do!
With the success of BAT, there are numerous threads on the BB referencing Alfa's for sale on that website. It would be interesting to consolidate those comments on one thread. Here are the Alfa's currently for sale on BAT.
Check out probably the first competition Alfa Giulietta QV in the world.
Car was built in Perth Western Australia and competed in Targa West.
Results can be viewed at targawest.com.au
It finished 28th out of 48 in competition modern and 2nd in 2wd showroom class