Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo, Fiat back in full force (almost) in US in late 2012

Alfa Romeo, Fiat back in full force (almost) in US in late 2012 2Fiat and Alfa Romeo enthusiasts will have to wait about three years for the Italian manufacturers to again have a full or nearly full lineup of cars available in the United States.

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Ferrari, Jaguar and VW Karmann Ghia (Really!) On London Telegraph's Top-100 car list

Ferrari, Jaguar and VW Karmann Ghia (Really!) On London Telegraph's Top-100 car list 3My father liked the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia and he recommended I purchase the one I owned for a few years nearly 30 years ago. It was a 1966 edition, dark green with all chrome trim. The windshield wipers didn’t work well, nor did the heater.

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