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And only saw 7 Alfas.

Drove from London at 6am on a Friday and at least until 6pm the same day, hardly saw any other Alfas, other than 4 159's (2-3 were Tis), 2 156s, 1 Giulietta - and that was that between London-Lake District-Yorkshire Dales-B roads to Sheffield-M1 back to London. Including my 147, that makes it 8 Alfas on the 600 mile drive - pleases me how much they stand apart from the countless other marques driving on our roads today and make seeing one an event. Can't wait to start spotting the Giulia, whenever that arrives.

I keep telling the wife that having an Alfa means one appreciates something that is truly wonderful to drive, and getting rarer on the roads makes their ownership a truly unique relationship.
 

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Yes, its only when you start looking on your journeys that you are amazed how much the German makes have taken over our roads.

The huge number of them around just devalues them imo, but its often all about the badge appeal with those, more Alfa drivers are true enthusiasts
 
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