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I finally got my Giulia Speciale (180BHP - Diesel) last week. I can't be happier!

I chosen the Alfa Red because unfortunately the Rosso Competizione is not availabe in the UK :( Also the alloys, 18" instead of the beautiful 19" which are not available in the UK as well.







 

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Car looks great!! The color will definitely turn a lot of heads.
Also, now I need a colored logo key fob like yours...
 

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Very nice, congrats!
 
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Car looks great!! The color will definitely turn a lot of heads.
Also, now I need a colored logo key fob like yours...
it definitely does! The red key fob was the fist thing I asked before to leave the dealer with my new car..."what about that red key fob, I believe it comes as a gift???" :wink2:
 

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The perfect color red!

What the **** is tri-coat?
Yeah red is a good starting point. Tri-coat is a kick butt deep metallic red that flops like there's no tomorrow. Volcano Black, Vesuvio Gray, Marino Blue, Rosso Competzione all have a flake and clear which I guess is not single stage because they call it tri-coat. I would think that means 3 stage paint. There is probably a clear as the last coat but I could be wrong. Any paint gurus to help out here? It's the darker red and the proper Alfa racing red. Regular Alfa red with yellow calipers is probably wicked! Two solids popping off the car.
 
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