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  1. General Motoring Discussion
    I am sure I'm not the only one who used to collect car brochures. The most exotic must be the Lamborghini Countach LP400. Or is it the Alfa Romeo Montreal. Ones like the Sud are equally interesting as they were normal cars of the time.
  2. Alfa 147, 156 & GT
    Not the seller, but this appears on a well known internet auction site - it just looks like a red 156 with a body kit & white alloys to me, have I missed something significant...?
  3. South Africa
    BBR 1:18 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Freccia D'oro - 1949 - Mine is no 88 of 150:cool:
  4. Alfa 164 & 166
    Ok guys will the 164 ever become a potential collectors item.The Rover sdi was quirky but even now its not worth a great deal.Some cars do appreciate in value some dont ive been left a 164 in good shape scrap it or keep it?
  5. Alfa GTV & 916 Spider
    Out of the GTV 3.2 V6 and the GTV Cup, which car is likely to fetch the best money in later years? Both are quite rare :confused:
  6. General Alfa Discussion
    Anyone interested in 1/43rd scale collectables - Get down to your nearest TK Maxx Toy department. Lots of HPI Racing 155's and others for £14.99 each (normally retail at £30 to £40 each). I didn't realise how good these were, easily as good as Minichamps, if not better.
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