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1972 Alfa Romeo Giulia Review
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Beauty And Soul — This is one of the most beautiful car designs ever. A car with character and presence, but needs maintenance and a careful knowledgable owner. With no ABS, ESP, USB or GNP it communicates everyhing that's going on beneath you. Driving speaks louder than words.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: A lovely unfiltered experience

Cons: If you like Toyota Avensis, this isn't your car

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Nice Little Itlian Job — Italian Cop Car from the 70's..seen in many movies around that time.. Mine was 1600 Guilia..twin OHC, disc brakes all round, mechanical speedo-cruise, 5-speed, independent rear suspension (the famous De Dion Axle links); twin down-draught Webers; speedo limit 110MPH (yes, MPH!) Plush pile carpeting, wooden steering-wheel, REAL chrome bumpers!! Had a LOT of fun in this car; my first and true love. Wasn't amazing on the pull-away, but had a HECK of a top-end with fantastic handling and brakes. Would buy another one tomorrow if i could find one without rust (!)

Pros: Handling, comfort, true GT Italian style

Cons: Poor linkages on carburettor (ball & claw stuff that wears terribly), body metal thin

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Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina — This 2000 Alfa has amazing performance for its age, its a little rusty here and there but very well built. Its not the prettyest car Alfa ever built but still turns heads due to its good condition for its age. Ownership and running costs have not been to bad over the 2 years i've owned it so far and on a recent long journey it returned an amazing 30 MPG, which was measure very accuratley, and is better than quoted figures for when these cars were new. Although a little heavy round town due to the lack of power steering, its a hoot to drive in any other way, and surprises many modern cars in traffic light grand prix's

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Quick but innocent looking, technologically ahead of its time, 5 speed gearbox, all alloy engine, LSD axle and dual servo'd discs all round.

Cons: its a bit rusty, but then it is 38 years old (built 1972)

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