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We are an online magazine looking for cars to publish on our site.

Our already published Alfa Romeo cars

If members of this forum would like to display their cars on our website please add your car

All cars are welcome, but if you have one (or more) of the following, we are especially interested in your car:

- Modified exterior
- Modified Interior
- High quality photos
- Performance upgrades
- Build up diary

Thank you in advance.
 

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More specifics regarding your "online magazine" please.

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Hi Don,

We cover all makes and models but primarily non-exotic cars. Cars that we enjoy adding our own touch to by modifying it. Mods which we like sharing with other car enthusiasts.

There are certain makes (forums) where we are contacting forum members asking if car owners would be interested in sharing their cars and projects with us and our visitors.

We are not a forum and our website is free for use.

We have a large collection of cars, projects, ability to subscribe to a car/garage, ability to share content with forums, easy image upload, challenge & battles, and much more.

Our website is built as an asset for community websites like forums, facebook groups, etc.

Hope it clarifies.
 

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David,

This sounds interesting, but you need to provide just a little more clarification. Can you please show a link to your website?

Hi Don,

We cover all makes and models but primarily non-exotic cars. Cars that we enjoy adding our own touch to by modifying it. Mods which we like sharing with other car enthusiasts.

There are certain makes (forums) where we are contacting forum members asking if car owners would be interested in sharing their cars and projects with us and our visitors.

We are not a forum and our website is free for use.

We have a large collection of cars, projects, ability to subscribe to a car/garage, ability to share content with forums, easy image upload, challenge & battles, and much more.

Our website is built as an asset for community websites like forums, facebook groups, etc.

Hope it clarifies.
 

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There's already a club for those of us who enjoy our modified Italian sports cars. Sounds like this website is picking up on the same vibe. Scuderia Non Originale ? | The Williams Family ... Now and Then
There are certain makes (forums) where we are contacting forum members asking if car owners would be interested in sharing their cars and projects with us and our visitors.

We are not a forum and our website is free for use.

We have a large collection of cars, projects, ability to subscribe to a car/garage, ability to share content with forums, easy image upload, challenge & battles, and much more.

Our website is built as an asset for community websites like forums, facebook groups, etc.

Hope it clarifies.
 

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I wasn't confused.

Scuderia Non Originale (SNO), which began in 2002, is also free and also favors those who enjoy modifying their cars. SNO is non-commercial -- no ads, no products, nothing to gain but community.

By "same vibe" I meant that our club and your website appear to share the belief that cars exist to be enjoyed by their owners, in stock or original form, which is at odds with "originale police" who insist that classics must never be modified, unless it is to make fit and finish absolutely perfect and every part Q-tip clean.
 

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By "same vibe" I meant that our club and your website appear to share the belief that cars exist to be enjoyed by their owners, in stock or original form, which is at odds with "originale police" who insist that classics must never be modified, unless it is to make fit and finish absolutely perfect and every part Q-tip clean.
This is actually quite interesting. We have a "split" in our scale of cars. At one end we have original restored classic cars in show room finish and in the other end we have extremely modified cars.

Example of each end of the scale:
GTV6
Modified 156

I'd like your opinion on (and this community's) whether there is a place for something in the middle ? Are their people who have an interest in both ?

Would an alfa enthusiast be just as excited to see a classic GTV in original form as a new modified GTA ?

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My car very nice yes?

We are an online magazine looking for cars to publish on our site.

Our already published Alfa Romeo cars

If members of this forum would like to display their cars on our website please add your car

All cars are welcome, but if you have one (or more) of the following, we are especially interested in your car:

- Modified exterior
- Modified Interior
- High quality photos
- Performance upgrades
- Build up diary

Thank you in advance.
This is my beast
 

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