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Does this car belong to anyone on here? If not, it's a perfect vehicle for restoration! It's in very good nick, just a little dusty. There are signs of body repairs though (looks like tin worm repairs) on the right rear C pillar but nothing that cannot be sorted out. The pics make the repair look a lot worse than it is though, and the car appears to be complete with all badges and chrome work accounted for. The license disc shows last roadworthy was in 1984 implying she belonged to one owner since then. The colour is deeper than the pics suggest, my phone seems to flatter Alfa colours :p

Interior pics were taken through the very dirty windows.

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I'll call them on Monday and ask about it :thumbs:
 

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That bumper sticker says it is not for sale. At least not for a long time. ;)
You're right Gertie. I called and they said they used the car for the promotion of the "1750" engine in the new 159 and Giulietta QV a short while ago (to show "heritage" to the younger buyers) and that the Junior got more interest than the new cars!:D It belongs to someone who loves it a lot but drives it too little...:(
 

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BTW: That bumper sticker was sold by Carsport Holland in the late 80's and early 90's. They were amongst the very few dedicated Alfa Romeo independant service outlets after Alfa left in 85. My dad had one on his Giulietta and Serge Damseaux promptly removed it as they were his competition at the time!:cheese:
 
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