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I'm sure this will have been answered in the past, but does anyone know what this car is? I presume it was just a show model, but although I'm not into excessive body kits, this bumper looks awesome as do the wheels. Doesn't appear to be Novitec and Zender shows nothing I can see. No need for a 159 if you've a 156 that looks that good!
 
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Looks like a GTA .they made some changes to the Crosswagon styling I think but that's my opinion .
Would have thought it is standard as its on the dealer stand. Have a look on American eBay see if you can find one on there to verify.
Pretty sure we didn't get that spec over here.
 
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Here's one I found earlier
Think the red one is a GTA version or a tunning house special??bet Pud would know!
 

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Maybe it was hinting at a facelift GTA version, the wheel arches and sills look a little chunkier than standard. There's also that triangular badge on the wing, but I can't remember what spec that signifies on Alfas.
 
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Nope, Defo not a cloverleaf.... maybe a tuning house badge or something
 

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I'm not convinced its a Crosswagon, surely the Crosswagon is the one located below the sign (circled).

Whatever it is though its bloody gorgeous.
 

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Its an optical illusion. The sign refers to a different car. Isnt it a 156 Sportwagon built by Autodelta in the UK for the Alfa stand.
 

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Its an optical illusion. The sign refers to a different car. Isnt it a 156 Sportwagon built by Autodelta in the UK for the Alfa stand.

I think the triangular badge on the wing is Autodelta's logo. However I am inclined to believe David (he's usually right) in that it's a crosswagon, albeit lowered about 10". So if it is a crosswagon and going by the other thread linked above, the front bumper could be available to stick on a facelift.....eper anyone???
 

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