Oooh, another Alfa day!
Luckily there are no stress risers to worry about.
In my garage it goes 1, 3, then 5.
Design name: “Escalation of Force.” We’ve all been there ... and have the scarred knuckles to prove it.
Plot twist: new S2000 accidentally confirmed
Oh, and this bothers me more than it should:
oh, pensavo avessi detto di aggiungere uno scudo di ruggine!
Obviously a classic, given the windows and whitewalls. Whoever did this should be condemned to auto hell.
The finish. Not only did they polish aluminum, but they BRUSHED THE ALUMINUM TO MAKE RACING STRIPES
Sjöhistoriska, Stockholm. The makers in Liverpool must have been mildly amused.
Hang on, I own an Alfa and a Citroen. Does that mean that I’m an alterna-universe version of both of you from a place where all of time happens simultaneously?
I’ve seen this aand it’s a little misleading. The video is actually a specific test conducted to test windscreen behaviour in a collision, and a lot of the front reinforcement has been removed.
Are you me from the past?
If I’m not mistaken a lot of Fiats, Lancias and Alfas shared the same Fiat Tipo underpinnings so there’s that.
Or it means there is more mass to crush the drivers compartment with...
You might want to try blaming someone for your Cortina sales figures too! They sold 300,000 in the first year (1962) alone, and the 1,000,000th rolled out by 1966 …
7,500 in eight years? I think you may be missing about two zeros.