|04-12-2012, 01:54 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Los Angeles, Ca
Ferrari Life Posts: 405
Alfa Male: The 8C's Pheromones of Design
Chad Glass: Alfa Male: The 8C's Pheromones of Design
Last night I was on Sunset Strip at Cafe Primo with the Elysee Wednesday group. With talk already going on as I arrived, one of the attendees remarked that there had been an Alfa 8C Competizione sighted in the lower parking deck. So I thought how wonderful and great, cool, neat-o, what nice conversation this is --but it didn't penetrate my mind initially that it was there right now. As it became apparent, I eventually got a clue as people began rising from their seats, getting up to have a look. I had just taken a seat and then found myself up again, as if I had not sat down. Alas, the night had officially begun.
|04-12-2012, 01:59 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: far and away
Ferrari Life Posts: 5,905
I do like the looks of the Alphas
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Rik -- LAH !
1990 Mondial T Cabriolet : Red/Tan
1995 456 GT 2+2 : Roso Metalizzato [Fer 311/C] & Tan
|04-12-2012, 03:01 PM||#3|
Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Northern California
Ferrari Life Posts: 1,125Name: Brian Crall
A great and proud name with a really rich history. One of a few links left to the golden age of the European autombile.
I do hope this marks their rebirth. I hate the idea of them being just another ugly, front wheel drive transport device. They made some really grand cars and I hope they do again.
Frank Griswold, the father of my ex-employer Steve won the first running of Watkins Glen in an Alfa.