If you really want to spite them, give me your alfa, that will teach them.Don't bother US Citizens!
We are not invited to the party.
They will say it's because they have no dealerships here.
But don't they want to come back?
Read the rules:
"This prize contest is open to all users aged 18 years and over, resident in the following countries: Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Great Britain, Japan."
So, they want to sell cars in the US, but refrain from inviting us in on the fun.
Our money is green enough for them, but our US Citizens are not the right "kind" of people for the contest.
Thanks Alfa Romeo.
We'll remember this.
If you really want to spite them, give me your alfa, that will teach them.
Wouldn't that suggest that Alfa Romeo started from Ferrari instead of the other way around? Maybe Ferrari should call one of their new models the "Nicola" so that the Ferrari tifosi are reminded where it all started.Call it the Enzo just to remind the Tifosi where it all began.
I only assumed they were having a GTA version. I actually know nothing of the Junior, my comment wasn't to be taken too seriously as you probably discovered.Is the GTA version of the 'Junior' going to have a V6? I thought it was the 1.8JTB outputting 230hp.....This article mentions the engine lineup, though it doesn't mention that the 230hp version will be badged a 'GTA'.
Well if you won't give me you Alfa give me your best idea and I'll have my Uncle in Italy enter it for you. If you win we'll send you your share of the prize.Uh...
I suppose I was a little rash back there. Maybe we could just ask if they would include us in the name game.
If they don't bend to our demands...
THEN I WOULD GIVE THEM MY ALFA!
I didn't really mean that.
It just makes me mad that we can't play too, dat-gumm-it. Why can't we?
Well the jury's in:Cool.
If your uncle wins, when we visit Italy next summer, I can borrow the car!
I guess I won't be sharing in any of the winnings.