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Petrolicious do some of the most sublime car stories I've ever seen. The camera work and editing is great. The stories so compelling and the shots of the cars along those Californian canyon roads are stunning. This video is great. I think the founder of Petrolicious is a real Alfa nut too. I believe he owns an old Giulia, but I may be wrong.
Here's one of my favourite's:
Maserati 3500GT Will Make You Fall in Love | Petrolicious
 

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Yes those canyon roads look amazing and it's nice that quite a few people build their cars up as 'canyon cars' to take full advantage of them.

I'm going to California in the summer and am really looking forward to driving them, sadly I wont be in a classic Alfa but we have hired a convertible Mustang while we're there.

I might get it touch with Manuel though to see if he'll lend me something more appropriate.

Never Enough Alfa | Petrolicious
 

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Dorian is a customer of mine. Nice guy. We designed that suspension setup by email after we'd worked out between us what he wanted the car to do. Works well by all accounts and his boss at Singer was impressed too.
 
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