Hi, my first Alfa roméo was a 1958 blue Giulietta sprint , 1300cc 70 ps ..extraordinary car, then GTV 2000 , then alfasud (to much rust), then a 33 , rusty too....VW golf, golf , then back to the 147, then 168 red, 168 black and now a blue giulietta TB240, excellent car hope to exchange some...
I am having to get the front sub frame replaced on my 159 Jtdm Lusso Sportswagon.
After picking myself up off the floor after finding out the price of a brand spanker from alfa. I am trying to source a decent one from a breaker, etc. Has anyone any suggestions of where I could...
As usual, i invite anyone who is interested in a drive through the Italian and Swiss Alps, in convoy.
This event has been going for many years now, and is simply fantastics.:happy:
It starts in September 2017.
PM if you need any info.
Video from last time...
GQV LE & Audi A1 S-Line GT drive Switzerland/Italy.(Again)
Its mostly driving and going fast through tunnels and hair pin bends, generally having some great fun.
Some breath taking views. I could of stayed there the rest of my life.
We researched the original Italian Job film(1969) and followed...
Has anyone ever tried using a tuning box installation. I am looking at this Swiss tuning box. [Swisschip Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.4 TB] - the website is Chiptuning | Diesel chip | Performance Chip | ECU & ECO Tuning | Australia |
Are they any good, as they claim or is it just a gimmick...
Hi, just introducing myself as suggested...
I'm an expat Brit living in France, and I've been driving Alfas and Lancias for nearly 30 years, including numerous Alfasuds in the 80s and six Lancia Themas including a Turbo which I tragically wrote off.
My current main drive is a 2003 156 1.9 jtd...
I'm moving to Switzerland very soon permanently. What is peoples experience with regards to vehicle corosion and salty roads in Switzerland?
Is it as bad as the UK? Would you recommend doing another rustproofing session to my car or should i not bother?
Thanks in advance
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Cloverleaf video link.
Driving in the swiss Italian Alps.
Fantastic scenes, fantastic car.
my short story from car obscurity to now.
We replaced our aging Alfa 147 2.0 lusso selespeed with the new Giuilietta cloverleaf, and decided to drive to the Swiss and Italian Alps, from Davos to Stelvio, the greatest driving road in the world according to Top Gear.
The drive was fantastic...
Firstly Hello as a newbie to the forum :)
Just a few pics of the only Giulietta i spotted whilst in Switzerland recently that was living outside on a dealers forecourt, and the price/spec sheet for interest.
Just makes me wish that time would go faster for mine to arrive :)
I hope it doesn't become too boring after all the recent European trip pictures, but I have a few more from my autumn trip in September. After the slightly strenuous French trip in the Summer this was more of a lazy event with my favourite Swiss classics.
First the inevitable Stelvio: It's hard...
After watching an old episode of Top Gear about best driving roads in Europe, we had a road trip to davos last week with some friends in a 156 and GT, which was really fun. The scenery in the mountains were beautiful, and the weather was lovely. I'd suggest such a trip, if you like mountains and...
As the GTV is a bit over weight... has anyone tried turning the car into a lump of swiss cheese? I saw a photo of the chasis of the car which looked like there was quite a bit of excess structure, particularly if you have the 2.0 version.
Carefully inserted round holes could remove a bit of...