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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by AceE, Mar 6, 2018.
And here's Toni getting his hands dirty on someone's Italian nightmare.
That has to be a $25K service...
Love almost anything Italian but all those drive pads are really inefficient - what a nightmare. Its not elegant engineering, more like baroque.
Time for the yearly engine-out service, ain't it?!
Expensive to maintain it may be, but once buttoned up, it "sings" Eyetalian Opera... 'Til next year service...
I read somewhere that it's ~$15K/year for 355/360 etc models requiring engine-out on yearly basis...
Very low miles on this. It's been in their shop since last year just being stored I guess.
Naw he washed it.
No expert, but somehow doesn’t look like a smart thing to do.
I want an Alfa Romeo 4c spider, the prices are within reach too. I kinda wish it had a conventional manual gearbox, but I have driven with paddles and that can be fun too
Bottom one - hands down.
1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary. I was volunteering at the ski hill where they held all the Downhill Skiing events. Alberto Tomba, the famous Italian ski racer, had one. At the time it was the most insane, exotic, ruggedly beautiful vehicle I had ever seen.
I lusted after one, but my 23yo broke ass self would have had to buckle down and work hard. As a ski bum it wasn’t going to happen.
An Italian hummer. I always wanted one.
Kiwis and tyre wear eh ?
Museo Enzo Ferrari, Modena:
On the site of his father's garage, where he was born and where it all began:
Some of these are Alfa Romeos that Ferrari raced on his own team . . . hence the prancing horse, his logo then and as used now.