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Hey All,

Just wanted to say hello, been driving Porches and Audis for a while and have been bitten hard by the Alfa bug and am ready to turn my back on the Germans. Thought I would poke around here and figure out a plan for a nice, older toy to replace my cayman.

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And one question, is it true what Jeremy Clarkson said about Alfas?

"you’re not a true petrol-head until you’ve owned one"
 

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Welcome. I think Clarkson is right about that.

Be forewarned though, some say that ALFA stands for Always Looking For Another. It is a disease - it can be treated but not cured (fortunately).
Perhaps what Clarkson should have said was "you're a not a true petrol-head until you've owned three. Or four."

Welcome to the BB @sgrinavi.
 

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Welcome. I think Clarkson is right about that.

Be forewarned though, some say that ALFA stands for Always Looking For Another. It is a disease - it can be treated but not cured (fortunately).
This is the first time I have heard that one. The Lotus one is still my favourite haha
 

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I would buy a 4C or maybe a Montreal to replace your Cayman.
Love the 4c, but I want something with 3 pedals. Montreal is beautiful, I could go for that. My Cayman is a 2007 S, I love the light & connected feel of the older cars - it's no powerhouse and I'm okay with it.
 
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