AlfaCorse
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2/7/20
1:28 PM
4

You’ve learned one of the fundamental laws of club racing: How fast you’re going around the track isn’t related to how much fun you’re having (that’s a function of quality and quantity of competition on your class and/or run group), but how fast you’re going around the track is directly related to how much money Read more

2/6/20
3:53 PM
3

The lower fascia is definitely an improvement, as are the headlights. The grill shape, not so much.  

1/30/20
12:22 PM
68

how about a CT-6? AWD. GORGEOUS (IMO), has the GM 3.6 liter which is really reliable... and back seat space for days. Plus a 2019 can be had near new for that budget.

1/30/20
12:13 PM
37

The person wants a Guilia or a CLA35AMG, I don’t think large car is the first choice here. How about a luxury of a different mean, the Model 3. Quiet, fun, reliable for the most part. The long range AWD model is in their price range.

1/21/20
7:23 PM
1

I flew Lufthansa overseas last year, but sadly no 747s involved.  I don't know when I will get another chance soon, I look for them whenever I am at major airports, but hardly ever see one anymore.

1/19/20
7:07 PM
3

A lot of people moaned but I’m pretty sure they lost money on every car and never wanted it to be high volume.  They only came here because of an agreement with the Aussie government that they would export X number of cars. 

1/10/20
2:58 PM
1

Actually today yes. It’s a new interior and paint job too. I came down on a 737-900. I liked it when they hadn’t changed over the interiors yet. The pink lights and glass dividers were cool.

12/5/19
12:26 PM
259

What kind of “experts” don’t suggest a Honda Accord Sport 2.0T which is a similar motor to the Type R.   Comes in a Manual Transmission and is a great family sedan and what I’d expect would be Honda reliability. 

11/20/19
3:06 PM
17

I know a local guy with one of these in this exact color. It’s actually stunning.

11/20/19
3:06 PM
23

I’ve got a Vesuvio gray Guilia right now, and the lease is ending in spring.