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First Alfa......Love it

Hi to one and all,
After selling my trusty (but very expensive to service) BMW 320D,i started looking for something to replace it, wanted something different to look at and to drive,chose a 147 2.0 litre selespeed,had a mechanic friend service it ,change the cam belt and waterpump and my god what a lovely car.real pleasure to drive and after 2 years of BMW boredom really having fun and you dont see a lot of them which is nice.You get lots of car for your money and plenty of people have told me about their love of the Alfa brand so on that note just wanted to say hi and introduce myself,off for a drive now ta ta
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Hello and welcome to AO......if only other people would give Alfa a chance...............happy driving.....
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Hello and Welcome :wave:

Have fun with the 147
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I know exactly what you mean mate.......

Also on my very first Alfa, which I`ve had for 10 days now (yes, a whole 10.....), and I`ve only seen one other GT on my travels, and I do quite a lot of motorway distance as well.

As you say, what a pleasure, and it really is the nicest naturally aspirated engined car that I`ve owned, including an M3, and my last two V6`s, a Mk II Audi TT, and a Golf R32.

This engine really does take the biscuit, and feels VERY special to drive and own !

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