2004 Alfa Romeo GT

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    2004 Alfa Romeo GT

    Unfortunately only available overseas.
    Makes me more impatient until Alfa comes stateside in 2007 (hopefully).

    This will be my future car in the meantime:








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    The front is nice, but it's kinda conservative considering that pretty much most, if not all Alfas share the same front end. The rear hatch is very cool looking, in a aggressive, avante-guarde kinda way. It remeinds me a bit of the Mazda 3 and the Infinita FX, only it's even better.

    I do like the Alfa interiors a lot, but TBH, I think the busy look would get tiresome after a few months. I much rather prefer the more conservative and simplistic, yet subtly pleasing look of VW/Audi interiors instead in the long run.

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    I love alfa! I know NOTHING about them other than they kick BMW ass in that one touring car series. Still their design inside and out is beautiful. HUGE

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    I love it! I've always missed Alfa's since they left our shores...happily welcome them back.

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    I love the old 164's.

    We get those in here from time to time.

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    That grill is fugly.

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    the grille is actually a lot of the reason I like the car. really bold and exciting. but not in a bangle way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Blue Blur
    the grille is actually a lot of the reason I like the car. really bold and exciting. but not in a bangle way...

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    thats the breast grill ever :-P

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    ciao bella!!!
    those italians know how make everything sexy!

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    Che bellisima bambi..,er..machina.....hot

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    NICE DRESS, MISS

    In the '70, a boy's two happiest days were the day he bought his Alfa and the day he sold his Alfa.

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    Alfa Romeo's were not very dependable. My friends was in the shop on a constant basis right after he purchased it new. Thing rode like crap too and the stick shift came out of the center console. Really weird :weirdo:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warped
    Alfa Romeo's were not very dependable. My friends was in the shop on a constant basis right after he purchased it new. Thing rode like crap too and the stick shift came out of the center console. Really weird :weirdo:
    Those were the Alfas from the 70's and 80's.
    The current models overseas, which we don't here yet, have pretty good quality and reliability -- The detailing and materials I saw on a Alfa when I was in Europe last was simply beautiful. The dash had beautifully stitched leather (something you don't see on a car that's less than $100,000), and the chrome exterior door handles are like jewelery.
    They have come a long way since the last time they were on our shores.

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    Just changed my mind about the grill look, kinda like it now ... :oops:

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