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Alfa Romeo Alfetta

License plate of Italy, Cars (1927 year series)

My Alfetta GT on the historic Tremola, Gotthard Pass (UR/TI), Switzerland

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Comments (7)

Exige_240R 2018-07-04 00:54:47 | #1

A great piece of history to own and enjoy  :bravo:

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Aemilianvs 2018-07-04 08:46:48 | #2

Exige_240R (2018-07-04 00:54:47)

Exige_240R
A great piece of history to own and enjoy

Thank you! I'm definitely enjoying it! I just put her in a test in that 1000 km road trip in Switzerland, with roads with 2300 m of altitude too!
Here's another try of this photo, a little higher on the same road  =)

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Exige_240R 2018-07-04 22:01:39 | #3

Aemilianvs (2018-07-04 08:46:48)

Aemilianvs
Thank you!

Beautiful location! I think my Mustang needs to visit it also one day in the future...
I hope you will do more drives like this, and add more photos with time  :) It's great to see these cars being enjoyed!

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Aemilianvs 2018-07-05 08:34:42 | #4

Exige_240R (2018-07-04 22:01:39)

Exige_240R
Beautiful location! I think my Mustang needs to visit it also one day in the future...
I hope you will do more drives like this, and add more photos with time It's great to see these cars being enjoyed!

I'm pretty sure I will add some more with time, I didn't buy it to keep it in a garage like some people do  :) And I'm sure you and your Mustang need some Swiss and Italian Alps, you'll surely enjoy driving here!

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Exige_240R 2018-07-05 14:17:37 | #5

Aemilianvs (2018-07-05 08:34:42)

Aemilianvs
I didn't buy it to keep it in a garage like some people do  :)

Good! Cars are meant to be driven and enjoyed  =)
I have a couple of other bigger road trips I am currently planning for the Mustang (like really big), so after that a trip to the Alps will be a like a vacation for the car  :D

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Aemilianvs 2018-07-05 14:27:44 | #6

Exige_240R (2018-07-05 14:17:37)

Exige_240R
I have a couple of other bigger road trips I am currently planning for the Mustang (like really big), so after that a trip to the Alps will be a like a vacation for the car

I'm really curious now  =) Where are you planning to go? And how old is your Mustang?

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Exige_240R 2018-07-05 14:46:31 | #7

Aemilianvs (2018-07-05 14:27:44)

Aemilianvs
how old is your Mustang?

2004 - It's not a classic, but when I bought the car in 2009 to do a roadtrip across America I wanted something tough, reliable, and fun - and cheap  :D Also had to be V8, manual gearbox and American built. But I fell in love with the car and I shipped it home, and have driven most of England and Scotland with it, and some of Europe so far.
I started to upload a few photos of it on USA and UK plates, I keep forgetting to add more! I really must do it soon...
I will send you a message about the trips, I'm not ready to go public yet  :)

UK plates
California plates

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