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Would you stick an genuine Quadrofoglio label on your 159, just to bring good luck or is it just the wrong type of Alfa to label with the fourleafclover?
 

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Given that it was only used by Alfa (to the best of my memory) to denote the top-of-the-range models, I'd have thought nothing short of a V6 Ti model could be considered for the four-leaf clover.

Personally I wouldn't add anything like that to a car that wasn't badged from the factory, especially as no 159 was denoted as a QF.
 

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Me neither, would strip anything off the back bonnet that states its engine size etc..on my car as I do not want those pesky chavs hanging around my pride and joy!!

Only thing I have is my "TI" logo and the stock "159" remain on vehicle, Oh and my beloved Italian flag, Forza Italia!!
 

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I even removed the Brera badge on mine, just to keep the mystery!
That would be a step too far for me.
Once saw a Spider minus its script badge, it just didn't look right.
I just assumed some chav had half-inched it.
 

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I use a GT cloverleaf badge on mine. small and well made metal one.
 

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I use a GT cloverleaf badge on mine. small and well made metal one.
:thumbup: Those GT ones look the best, not an 'in-your-face' addition.
 
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I'm looking for the Q4 logo of the 155 to put on my 159.

The quadrifoglio is an Alfa logo ,so why not?
 

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There was a 159 Quadrifoglio - the 2010 2.2 Selespeed Quadrifoglio Verde (never imported to the UK though).
From the interior shots on this website:
2005 Alfa Romeo 159 Photos, Photo Gallery - sgCarMart

that looks like a far east export job.

The trim level is the European Sport model (the cloth seats
with grey or red patterning and black headliner) with the
electric seat option, some bigger wheels (18s intead of 17s)
and a QV badge slapped on the back.

Red callipers could mean they've got Brembos fitted.
Not sure what the Selespeed had as standard.
The standard 2.2 didn't have the bigger discs.

;)

I think that proves that the QV & Ti badges on the Brera & 159
weren't used for much more than trim-level identifiers. :(
 

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I've got one on mine. It's subtle and looks nice on my boot so why not?



Like the metal one on your's Jay. Where did you get it from?

eBay special, just search for gt cloverleaf
 
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