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Very lovely.:thumbs:
 

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Excellent, looks great
 

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Nice one harry - its gorgeous - love that colour
 

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Very nice. I like that dark blue one in SS4's link too.

They are cool cars.
 
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Wow, I missed this thread! You said you were thinking of something to "tide you over" while the GTV was repaired, I guess this must be it. She looks lovely. Have you picked her up yet?
 

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Being MOT'd Tuesday, brakes need sharpening up, may just need using after being laid up. Then on the road in my Baby Blue Alfa. I am thinking that to maintain the correct 1960's executive car image I should always drive it with a smart suit, narrow tie and vintage Ray-Bans.

Also planning to take it on the Classic Alfa Goodwood trackday where I will definitely take it a bit more easy (following my previous unfortunate incident) and will be interesting to see how much difference there is between a bog standard 1750 and the tweaked GTA replicas.
 
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Being MOT'd Tuesday, brakes need sharpening up, may just need using after being laid up. Then on the road in my Baby Blue Alfa. I am thinking that to maintain the correct 1960's executive car image I should always drive it with a smart suit, narrow tie and vintage Ray-Bans.
That's how you should dress to drive all classic Alfas surely? I watched a video of a nice 105 coupe but it was being driven by an American "dood" who had his baseball cap on backwards, quite put me off! I'm planning to make sure I am smart when driving the 1750....:lol:

Also planning to take it on the Classic Alfa Goodwood trackday where I will definitely take it a bit more easy (following my previous unfortunate incident) and will be interesting to see how much difference there is between a bog standard 1750 and the tweaked GTA replicas.
Stay in if it rains!
 
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