I pick up my first ever Alfa on Wednesday and can't wait. It was love at first sight and I lost all of my logical brain as I did the deal. Maybe it's the Italian in me or just how the Brera looks and drives that made me like a ***** in heat. Can't wait for it to sit next to my Aprilia Tuono...
Does anyone on here have any experience with Auto Italiana down in Exeter. Just spoken to them about a Cambelt/variator change etc....the bloke I spoke to seemed really happy and cheerful. No "oooh its gonna cost you" comments or anything, just a very helpful chap.
So.....any comments? Good and...
Once a year we have something called the "Italian Day" trackday at one of the tracks here in Norway. Everything Italian is welcome, even DeTomaso's. ;)
Anyway.. about 400 cars and 1000 people. Lots of nice cars. The LM002 uses in the area of 3 to 6 MPG according to the owner. :D
After reading loads of woes about cambelts etc, i decided to have mine changed, when i bought the car i was told belts and tensioners were done, at 72000, now covered 77000, i was a bit unsure as the belts in the service book were done at a backstreet garage (not that anything wrong with that)...
Today, my Bella decided it was time to go back to her roots :D
when I got in the car this morning, the Sat Nav system was set back to Italian, and all my preferred settings were gone :confused:
I managed to get it back in Dutch with the help of the trip computer.
Must say, sounded very...
I have made a "small" film from this event and thought some
of you guys might be interested.
The film is 72 minutes long and you will probarbly have to like Italian cars
more than the average guy to enjoy it. But don't we all here???
Download from this url...
This Saturday there was Italian Day at Vålerbanen in Norway. This was
combined with the national Klubb Alfa Romeo Norway meeting.
I was of course there and here is my pictures:
Lots of eye candy and ear candy (not on pictures wink for every Italian