Re: Goodbye all
Thanks for letting me stay, was a bit worried about being being ran out of town.
Zulu, I agree the multipla was far from mundane until they facelifted it, and to be honest I'm pleasently surprised at how quirky and interesting the wife's (I'm dissowning it) new Citroen is, but no matter what people say, they do not drive just like a normal car, the c of g is way too high for that (can't wait to fit the roofbox!).
I've still got the midlife crisis car in the garage, but I can feel my grip on that weakening, did 300 miles in it last year so it is hard to justify keeping.
I honestly think I will be back, but the current crop of alfas simply don't do it for me, and if I opt out of the company car scheme at work I have to run a car that is less than five years old so a 156 is not an option, so I cannot see it being soon.
P.S. Just done the deed and changed my profile to reflect the new contents of my garage, strange but this seemed more final than leaving the car behind yesterday, they really do get under your skin don't they!!