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The GT sold yesterday 3500 squids 57k on the clock 56 plate sorry to see it go but the dog wouldnt get in it also after I bought it I realised I didnt like diesels so that bit I wont miss. What I will miss is those stunning looks it just looked so right from every angle still have other Alfas so all is not lost

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The GT sold yesterday 3500 squids 57k on the clock 56 plate sorry to see it go but the dog wouldnt get in it also after I bought it I realised I didnt like diesels so that bit I wont miss. What I will miss is those stunning looks it just looked so right from every angle still have other Alfas so all is not lost

Peter
You know they do a V6 version, right? ;-)
 

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Sorry, was slightly tongue in cheek at the diseasel remark :cheese:

I nominate the 159 Sportwagon. That'll fit Rover :D
Very high at the back a bit like the 156 SW I had before but a great looking car. I have bought a c class merc estate 2 litre Kompessor its now on gas and is very good on acceleration but very roly poly in corners :confused: still it will do

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The Alfa V6 in the GT is not direct injection. Only the later GM based V6 in 159/Brera
Its the 3.2 that threw me I have a JTS spider so assumed that by that age the GT would have been the same never mind it would still have been to high for the dog

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Very high at the back a bit like the 156 SW I had before but a great looking car. I have bought a c class merc estate 2 litre Kompessor its now on gas and is very good on acceleration but very roly poly in corners :confused: still it will do

Peter
It'd still be an Alfa though. I think Koni do a set of springs & shocks for the C-Class to firm it up. (I've never owned a Merc though, so I'm not too sure.)
 
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