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Now if Al ends up buying Jim's Giulia, he'll have to hit every stand on the way back that sells Spumoni, Italian Ice, Canoli's, Strombolis's, so much more!! Remember Al, as a friend of mine with a '67 Duetto used to tell me, "Nothing handles like an Alfa"!!

Tim.

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As to nothing handling like an Alfa, well Jim's car has some shorter springs, bigger swaybars, stiffer shocks, adjustable upper control arms...etc. All the goodies, but it still rides nicely. I'm only trying to free up the money now, and it'll be mine.

Al

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Get those wrists in shape Al, you'll need them in top shape when you start flipping/spinning the dough for pizzas too! That Alfa Giulia is a great looking car, we just do not see them anymore. I drive by this Sunoco service station almost daily, it's on the way home from work and there's been a '73 Capri, 4 speed, in the parking area for about 2 weeks now. My dad had that same year in the mid 1970's, I peeked in and the interior is mint, body nice also. We'll have to gey you a nice bottle of Italian wine when you get Jim's car!!

Tim

'74 2002

'69 2000

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