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post 17th September 2016 13:33
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2 pics of a 145 model spotted at the Alfa Museum in Arese
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post 17th September 2016 14:15
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Those little prototype models are great, I was surprised to find a 145.

Great museum although I felt like they were trying to hide the Fiat years (155, 145/6, 147, Spider/Gtv)

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post 17th September 2016 19:29
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QUOTE(aero_mati @ 17th September 2016 15:15) *
Those little prototype models are great, I was surprised to find a 145.

Great museum although I felt like they were trying to hide the Fiat years (155, 145/6, 147, Spider/Gtv)

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yes i agree, althought there was a 156 and a 75.......before Fiat's time though

Sadly no Alfetta GTV which was produced there, the museum must have one somewhere? From what i've read, Fiat wanted to sell some of the cars to pay for the museum refurbishment.



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post 17th September 2016 20:34
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QUOTE(Desperado @ 17th September 2016 16:29) *
yes i agree, althought there was a 156 and a 75.......before Fiat's time though

Sadly no Alfetta GTV which was produced there, the museum must have one somewhere? From what i've read, Fiat wanted to sell some of the cars to pay for the museum refurbishment.


Yes there was a 75, 164 and 156, they omitted the 155 (which gave Alfa many victories). I would've liked to see a 33, 145, 147/156 GTA, GTV6. "modern" cars but in tip top condition. Most Alfa owners drive cars from the 90's or 00's and would love to see their model shown in the museum.

The museum's underground garage and workshops is known for their vast collection Alfas raging from standard production models to concept cars and prototypes as well as racing cars. But I guess all of that can't be displayed because of space, condition, etc.

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post 17th September 2016 21:26
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There was one 155!

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post 18th September 2016 01:07
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There was one 155!


I know, that 93' 155 is beautiful. Was like seeing one of my heroes biggrin.gif

The 93' DTM title was the last great victory for Alfa, it would be mental to not include it. I meant a standard 155.

Nice pic, I got robbed and I lost all my pics rant.gif

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post 15th August 2017 06:45
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That looks impressive.
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post 16th August 2017 21:37
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Mate that's a coup! Nobody who has visited the Arese has ever spotted this from the 145. 10/10 worshippy.gif worshippy.gif worshippy.gif They look like life-size models. Awesome!!!

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post 16th August 2017 22:08
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yeah, I was trying to work out the scale, from the 164 (I think) that is ahead of it, in the display case, in the second picture...
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