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The beginnings of a farewell

Well, after 2 159s and a Mito, about 8 years of Alfa ownership, the countdown to my move to the German darkside has begun.

Thanks to everyone on here for their help and advice over the years, there is so much knowledge to be had.

I'll be back in an Alfa at some point - the question is when, not if. And my dad, who's just turned 70, has decided that now is the time to go into Alfa ownership, and will be taking custody of my Mito in April.

And if anyone would like to buy a TMC tuning box for their Mito 135MA, drop me a PM - it's off the car and about to go on the bay of e.

Cheers folks - even though I'll be Alfa-less, I'll still be keeping an eye out here now and again, in preparation for a return!
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Although I have 3 Alfas, my daily drivers are Ford & Merc......I do understand, as many others will. Get yerself a nice little Alfa project to bring back to glory.
 
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Sad to see you go, why the change though have you had a bad experience?
 
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No, no real bad experience, though some definite ups and downs! I need some five door practicality, so that's the key driver for me. I fancied a real change, so thought I'd try German. Still fancied a bit of poke, with some 4WD, so I've ended up ordering an Audi S3...
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why not a gqv then?

Edit: sorry just saw the all wheel drive comment...

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Enjoy the Audi!

All the best and see you around
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No, no real bad experience, though some definite ups and downs! I need some five door practicality, so that's the key driver for me. I fancied a real change, so thought I'd try German. Still fancied a bit of poke, with some 4WD, so I've ended up ordering an Audi S3...
I'd get the DS5 .
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