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I forgot this one as its a project car 2.0 TS 75

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And my daily hack a prodrive scoob



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Love the Alfa 75s, cracking motors, I had a 33 as my daily drive before the Punto, there is something about the classic Alfas that just rules!

And a 3.0 V6 75 on a wet island is almost the definition of fun!
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Love the Alfa 75s, cracking motors, I had a 33 as my daily drive before the Punto, there is something about the classic Alfas that just rules!

And a 3.0 V6 75 on a wet island is almost the definition of fun!
Well my black 75 v6 veloce is fun in the rain and the dry but it has the HBE handling kit fitted which helps on track and in the wet
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I just love the way they feel, they feel alive, more so than pretty much any car ive driven, and a 33 P4 is unstoppable on country lanes! Would love my own 75 to play around with,
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Awesome cars

Must be a pain having to swap numberplates to each car

What alfa's next on the list? a Sud?
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nice collection

the 75 still looks as sexy as it ever has, and that V6 is a very clean example!

pleast stick some alfa wheels on the spider, it deserves better than TSW.
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nice collection

the 75 still looks as sexy as it ever has, and that V6 is a very clean example!

pleast stick some alfa wheels on the spider, it deserves better than TSW.
wheels are easy to change but the spider is up for sale so it has tsw wheels which i think look good
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75's, great choice of car, Ron Simons runs the 75 Experience over at Nurburgring supposed to be brilliant.

http://www.75experience.co.uk/

And of course he also does some brilliant upgrade kits for them as well http://www.alfaromeo-performanceparts.com/shop/

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75's, great choice of car, Ron Simons runs the 75 Experience over at Nurburgring supposed to be brilliant.

http://www.75experience.co.uk/

And of course he also does some brilliant upgrade kits for them as well http://www.alfaromeo-performanceparts.com/shop/

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