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Arancini

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Classic Throttle Shop
« on: October 07, 2009, 09:11:52 PM »
A few of us local alfisti had a coffee recently and admired the gorgeous metal on display at the Classic Throttle Shop in Sydney.

Great day.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqTs9NkxZOU

dehne

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Re: Classic Throttle Shop
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2009, 10:00:21 PM »
Here is a link direct to there website
i went there last year it is recomended to any car enthusiast and what upset me is that the owners son drove a lambo guialli (sorry forspelling) the convertable on his L plates i am heading there again in 2 weeks
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1x 85 mdl road 90
2013 Giulietta 1.4
2015 Launch Edition Giulietta
Past
Multiple Alfa 90’s, Alfetta’s and 147’s

dehne

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Re: Classic Throttle Shop
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2009, 10:00:54 PM »
now
1x 85 mdl road 90
2013 Giulietta 1.4
2015 Launch Edition Giulietta
Past
Multiple Alfa 90’s, Alfetta’s and 147’s

Davidm1600

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Re: Classic Throttle Shop
« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2009, 10:16:44 PM »
 ;D  Yeap I too know of this shop as my brother in law bought an early 70's Ducati 750 SS (a bike nearly as rare as the Green Frame) from there early on this year.  The funny thing was that when he went to pick it up the guys at the shop were wondering how he was proposing to have it transported home to Tassie.  He produced his helmet and said that of course he was going to ride it home, via Canberra and parts of rural NSW before heading down to Melbourne and the Spirit over the fishpond.  A classic road trip in the true sense of Classic Italian Motoring.
Current:
2003 JTS 156 sportwagon
1969 Giulia sedan (x2)
1969 AC Fiat 124 sport

Past: '76 Alfetta 1.8 GT 
        '76 Alfetta 1.8 Sedan
        ' 73 2L Berlina