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NaanBread
post 31st January 2011 13:25
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Here was stolen from 155.org but either way its quite interesting.

I quite like the idea tbh.

As far as Im concerned VW can keep Seat!


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post 31st January 2011 13:35
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i heard about this idea a while ago, i think its because alfa romeo want to sell cars in america, thats why there making loads of automatic cars now. think i wouldd prefer a bmw x5 unless they make some beasty motor inside it.
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post 31st January 2011 13:46
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the x5 is a nasty car! not just to look at, but it cant actually do anything that its meant to. Also the X5 is what gave the range rover (a much more profound 4x4) the name of chelsea tractor cos idiot women drivers cant drive them as far as Im concerned.


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post 31st January 2011 13:50
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I hate 4x4's but I wouldn't mind a 3.2 V6 Busso lump in anything...and jeep?










They can add the wood panelling! gleam.gif gleam.gif


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post 31st January 2011 21:06
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SUV? Sod that! I'll have one of these please.

Kids can go with their mum.....

http://www.motorauthority.com/pictures/105...ery-1#100307465
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post 31st January 2011 21:13
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QUOTE(NaanBread @ 31st January 2011 13:25) *
Here was stolen from 155.org but either way its quite interesting.

I quite like the idea tbh.

As far as Im concerned VW can keep Seat!


Brilliant. That's really gonna help Alfa's already awful reputation in the states, by sticking a few badges and a grille to some s**tty Chrysler no3.gif

Mercedes already tried, failed and promtly ran away! How can Fiat think they're gonna do any better?


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well either Alfa Romeo move with the times...or go bust! or even worse get sold to the nazi's!


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post 31st January 2011 21:27
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QUOTE(Tifosi1976 @ 31st January 2011 21:06) *
SUV? Sod that! I'll have one of these please.

Kids can go with their mum.....

http://www.motorauthority.com/pictures/105...ery-1#100307465


looks kinda nice...but also kinda looks like a BMW Z4 sick.gif puke.gif


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post 31st January 2011 21:41
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QUOTE(Tifosi1976 @ 31st January 2011 21:06) *
SUV? Sod that! I'll have one of these please.

Kids can go with their mum.....

http://www.motorauthority.com/pictures/105...ery-1#100307465


tht is sexy, hopfully its rwd tongue.gif
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post 31st January 2011 21:44
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QUOTE(NaanBread @ 31st January 2011 21:27) *
looks kinda nice...but also kinda looks like a BMW Z4 sick.gif puke.gif


no it doesn't.

wash your mouth out you heathen. angry.gif
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post 31st January 2011 21:45
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Im not convinced.. an alfa 4x4.. dodgy but they are all at it.. but near the bottom of the article..

An ALFA MINIVAN NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! dear sweet jebus h christ noooooooooo!

Dont do it Alfa!.. we already have the breadvan thanks
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post 31st January 2011 21:56
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yeah but again they hav to move with the times...and old people like mini vans and if it gets them a few more car sales then why not! if they can raise the cash then maybe they can build something much better than the new Gulietta or however its spelt.

Its a harsh reality, but i believe it has to be done! like I said, anything better than been bought out by a none Italian company!


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post 31st January 2011 21:58
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it's funny, some of these comments remind me of when Alfa switched to FWD...................
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post 31st January 2011 22:06
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That just looks like a Porsche Cayenne to me, not much going on with it really. I hope they put the v8 from the 8c in there though. I don't think the 3.2 busso will be enough for the top of the range model.
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post 31st January 2011 22:07
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I think it looks OK.

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post 31st January 2011 22:09
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post 31st January 2011 22:11
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behold yet another Alfa/Chrysler concept.

Another new Spider!!!!!!






























lordy. digging the chrome wheels though. unsure.gif


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post 31st January 2011 22:11
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So move with the times and make a reliable car!! dont supply old fuddy duddy blind twits with a car park batterng square shaped high sided stupidmobile!

If they ever entertain oldies (apart from wayne) I will be disappointed
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QUOTE(Tifosi1976 @ 31st January 2011 22:11) *
behold yet another Alfa/Chrysler concept.

Another new Spider!!!!!!
lordy. digging the chrome wheels though. unsure.gif



Lol worshippy.gif worshippy.gif
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post 31st January 2011 22:13
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QUOTE(Tifosi1976 @ 31st January 2011 22:11) *
behold yet another Alfa/Chrysler concept.

Another new Spider!!!!!!
lordy. digging the chrome wheels though. unsure.gif



that is just a p**s take photoshop! it isnt real laugh.gif


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