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Hello All

Just picked up my second Alfa yesterday, having a great 130 mile drive home with her, (already known as Maud...), its a 1981 Alfetta GTV6: split dash, with green interior, red paint with sunroof, Campagnolo alloys, and the smallest sports steering wheel you've every seen.

The car is in very good condition, and has seen little driving since 2008, when it was imported from the UK. Hopefully i can get some great knowledge from fellow owners, and a meet up some time in Ireland.

My last Afla was a series 1 156 2.4 JTD (136 bhp) for 6 years, which sadly hit a watery grave in floods of 2009, not surviving a very deep puddle. The rest of the family have/had Alfas over the years, 146's/147's, previously a long line of Lancias and Fiats too.

My day to day driver is a '99 Fiat Coupe 20V Turbo LE which is great fun in its own right, though even at this short journey so far i love the GTV6 handling.

Hope to catch some owners in the Cork locale.

Aidan :thumbs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PdswSsMV84

Added a little vid of the motor, now known as "Maud", Maud Adams LOL
 

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Hello and welcome to AO.
Congratulations on your new classic. Take care of it and enjoy it a lot.
Cheers.
 

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Welcome to AO :)

Saluti, Giordano.
 

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The Fiat looks very good in grey but the Alfa looks great, seems to be in very good condition indeed.
Enjoy them.
 

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