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Posted 26 August 2008 - 10:43 PM



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I agree with you when you said " If you treat her well, she will traet
you well"..

But I'm curious !!!

What if she's a "BITCH"..


Posted 27 August 2008 - 11:10 AM



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then she will perform even better.....experienced ***** ma...


Posted 25 September 2008 - 01:01 AM


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I bought the 156 selespeed for my wife in 2002, and she as well as I
love the car. We don't have much problem and as long as you maintain it
according to specs and change parts on time or earlier, it gave us
immense pleasure, more than the two BMW that I owned, the earlier 528i
and now the E60 530i. To be fair our maintenence is small partly because
my wife go to work in my car and use the Alfa on weekends , milege only
50k km now.

Alfa is now the "ultimate fun driving machine" as BMW has move on with
new caption to "Sheer Driving Pleasure" with all the high tech specs.

My wife and mine pleasure is ending as I am changing to Subaru Forester
as we need the 4 wheel Suv for our new outdoor activities. I have place
my car for sale to Ron Lim and who ever buy it he is lucky and wish him a
happy ownership.

Will I buy an Alfa again, definitely yes, the 159 looks great.


Posted 25 June 2012 - 12:43 AM



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Some kind of alfa happens to be a alfa. This might be an automobile which certainly is not everyone's cup of tea .There's one thing about the auto that keeps me coming back to her for an angle, at any time of your day whenever I have always been not inside the spirits.