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  1. 1. Quanto ti piace l'Alfa Romeo Giulia 2016?

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2 ore fa, alfanelcuore dice:

sarebbe formidabile, ma credo che esista giá in casa, e si chiama Ferrari. O mi sbaglio?

Se ci sarà una Ferrari col il v6 sarà molto più leggera, motore centrale, 2 posti secchi...si chiamerà Dino e gli altri non riusciranno neanche a vederla da quanto viaggia. :b9

 

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Non ti curar di loro, ma sgomma e sorpassa....

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Finalmente sono un felice possessore della BESTIOLINA  

Ho appena firmato: Giulia quadrifoglio Cambiato in Bianco trofeo, (era nero vulcano) pinze Rosse cerchi q,  interni Nero Bianco, (era Nero rosso) volante carbonio,   comf

Ieri al Passo del San Bernardino. Semplicemente favoloso!!!

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15 ore fa, luellor dice:

Beh oddio non penso che esisterà mai la possibilità che un prodotto Alfa si sovrapponga come clientela a un prodotto Ferrari.. a prescindere dalle prestazioni stradali

 

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E' già successo...

Come prodotto Si, ma come clientela no secondo me.
8C era un prodotto per Alfisti e appassionati, Ferrari ormai è un prodotto per ricconi russi arabi e cinesi..

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53 minuti fa, luellor dice:

Spettacolare!!

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non solo... Alla mia prima accellerazione in autostrada, ho riso lacrimando?... Veramente

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I rettilinei sono soltanto i tratti noiosi che collegano le curve.
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