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Alfa Specialists in Warwickshire

Hi all,

I know there is WAD in Wolves, but that's a good 50 miles from me. Are there any specialists in the Coventry and Warwickshire area?

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Check out the SWARM meets thread, I think they are 'AlfaCasa' or something like that.
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Thanks MrShusky, I've had a look and it's Autocasa. Good to know there is a specialist a bit more local. Have you dealt with them in the past?
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Thanks MrShusky, I've had a look and it's Autocasa. Good to know there is a specialist a bit more local. Have you dealt with them in the past?
I have dealt with Autocasa and can highly recommend them. Depending on where about's you are in Warwickshire, I cant say enough good things about Simplyalfas in Stourbridge. Check their thread. You will only find positive comments. Autocasa is similar in set up to SA but they are relatively new to the independent game. Marcus and Enzo both have lots of experience with Italian cars but have only been in business as an independent for a year and a bit.
We're very fortunate to have a choice of good indies around us.

Like Mrshusky said, pop along to the next SWARM. It matters not if you dont have your Alfa yet. We may be able to answer some questions for you. We have a 159 owner among our number

https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/west-...ml#post4236223

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I have dealt with Autocasa and can highly recommend them. Depending on where about's you are in Warwickshire, I cant say enough good things about Simplyalfas in Stourbridge. Check their thread. You will only find positive comments. Autocasa is similar in set up to SA but they are relatively new to the independent game. Marcus and Enzo both have lots of experience with Italian cars but have only been in business as an independent for a year and a bit.
We're very fortunate to have a choice of good indies around us.

Like Mrshusky said, pop along to the next SWARM. It matters not if you dont have your Alfa yet. We may be able to answer some questions for you. We have a 159 owner among our number

https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/west-...ml#post4236223

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Cheers for the heads up sergioq. As Im coming from Warwick, Autocasa would be a better bet for me. Good to hear they have got some good reviews as the main dealers dont have a great rep from what Ive read. Though im sure there are some good main dealers out there, its the only the bad ones that get highlighted.

The S.W.A.R.M event looks good, Ive never been to the Boot-Inn before. If its friendly enough I could bring my folks?

Ive been looking at an Alfa for years, just havent plucked up the courage. Always loved the styling, but was worried it would let me down. However Im getting bored of seeing too many German cars(and Im one of them) on the road, its doesnt feel special or preimium anymore so maybe it's time to listen to the heart.
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Cheers for the heads up sergioq. As Im coming from Warwick, Autocasa would be a better bet for me. Good to hear they have got some good reviews as the main dealers dont have a great rep from what Ive read. Though im sure there are some good main dealers out there, its the only the bad ones that get highlighted.

The S.W.A.R.M event looks good, Ive never been to the Boot-Inn before. If its friendly enough I could bring my folks?

Ive been looking at an Alfa for years, just havent plucked up the courage. Always loved the styling, but was worried it would let me down. However Im getting bored of seeing too many German cars(and Im one of them) on the road, its doesnt feel special or preimium anymore so maybe it's time to listen to the heart.
I'm from Kenilworth originally but been living in and around Warwick and Leamington most of my life.
Both the Boot at Lapworth and The SWARM are very friendly and your family will be more than welcome.
Have a look at our Image thread and you can see what we get up to at the meets. follow these links

https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/meets...ne-2011-a.html June

https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/meets...ay-2011-a.html May

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I could be remembering wrong but there may be an alfa specialist in Hinckley. Next time I am there I will check if its still open.
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Thoroughly recommend Autocasa. Enzo really knows his stuff and his prices are very fair. I bought my 156 Sportwagon through him which he had previously knowledge of it's history and when the wife was looking to buy an Alfa, we took a couple to him for him to inspect prior to buying. Wouldn't go anywhere else though he is very close to where I live, so why would I !!
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