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MickyV

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Introduction
« on: December 31, 2018, 01:07:55 AM »
Dear All,

Just a short introduction. I too was a member in the past but for some unknown reason let my membership lapse. In my younger days I owned a 1979 Giulietta and 1981 Alfetta. I then owned a 156 V6 (great car) and most recently up until about 5 years ago I owned a 147.

I recently purchased a 1984 Alfetta GCL and must say I am loving the drive. I'm not sure if its the nostalgia kicking in and reminding me of the days when I had hair to check in the rear view mirror, but its great to be back.

Happy New Year to you all.

Regards,

Michael V

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Re: Introduction
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2018, 10:02:32 PM »
Welcome Michael, happy new year to you!
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Re: Introduction
« Reply #2 on: January 01, 2019, 04:42:37 AM »
Dear All,

Just a short introduction. I too was a member in the past but for some unknown reason let my membership lapse. In my younger days I owned a 1979 Giulietta and 1981 Alfetta. I then owned a 156 V6 (great car) and most recently up until about 5 years ago I owned a 147.

I recently purchased a 1984 Alfetta GCL and must say I am loving the drive. I'm not sure if its the nostalgia kicking in and reminding me of the days when I had hair to check in the rear view mirror, but its great to be back.

Happy New Year to you all.

Regards,

Michael V

Welcome back 👍.
Alister
14 Alfa's since 1977. 
Currently 1973 GTV 2000, a couple of Mercs and a '14 Beetle (yes, seriously......)
Gone......far to many to list

poohbah

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Re: Introduction
« Reply #3 on: January 01, 2019, 02:54:30 PM »
Great to hear you are back in the Alfetta saddle Michael. You do know that you never actually get to leave the Alfa asylum?

Stick up some pics when you get a chance. Precious few Alfetta sedans still around these days.
Now:    1999 156 V6
             1981 GTV
Before: 2001 156 V6 (sadly cremated)

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Re: Introduction
« Reply #4 on: February 08, 2019, 09:45:53 PM »
Dear All,

Just a short introduction. I too was a member in the past but for some unknown reason let my membership lapse. In my younger days I owned a 1979 Giulietta and 1981 Alfetta. I then owned a 156 V6 (great car) and most recently up until about 5 years ago I owned a 147.

I recently purchased a 1984 Alfetta GCL and must say I am loving the drive. I'm not sure if its the nostalgia kicking in and reminding me of the days when I had hair to check in the rear view mirror, but its great to be back.

Happy New Year to you all.

Regards,

Michael V

Welcome back to the family Michael.
Marco Leoncelli
2017 Giulia. Yeah, baby.
1971 1750 GTV Coupe Series II
Past: 2008 159 Ti V6 3.2, RenaultSport Clio 182 (smuf blue).