I agree. It was a different world back when Fiats and Alfas were last sold here. Everything was pretty crappy back then so it's not useful to draw any conclusions about now. I've owned a considerable number of cars than were considered trouble-sum that worked just fine for me. I not sure why it works that way. I think some people have an affinity for mechanical devices and things just seem to work better for them. I like unusual cars and I'm really glad to see some cars available that are out of the ordinary. But why does everyone keep hijacking posts about Alfas to talk about Buicks? I know "Norm" has a hard on for them (and is constantly badgering people about it) but why is everyone always trying to change the subject? I find them fascinating.
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