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Will post link in next post. Well it will not let me post the link because I am to new to this forum. I am active on the 4C forum and there in a picture of the cars at the port of Baltimore as of yesterday. is under the topic of "Alfa Romeo 4C General Discussion".

I am the Parts and Service Director at Criswell Maserati/Alfa
 

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Will post link in next post. Well it will not let me post the link because I am to new to this forum. I am active on the 4C forum and there in a picture of the cars at the port of Baltimore as of yesterday. is under the topic of "Alfa Romeo 4C General Discussion".

I am the Parts and Service Director at Criswell Maserati/Alfa
Pic was sent to me Saturday. Having never seen the port of Baltimore I assumed that it was the port in Italy given the current arrival time frame of late next month.
 

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Will post link in next post. Well it will not let me post the link because I am to new to this forum. I am active on the 4C forum and there in a picture of the cars at the port of Baltimore as of yesterday. is under the topic of "Alfa Romeo 4C General Discussion".

I am the Parts and Service Director at Criswell Maserati/Alfa

I have visited criswell before being in silver spring, MD. Heard a lot of talk about markup even before the car was released. Nice folks at the dealership though. Thanks for the information here is a link to the pic.

 

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I have visited criswell before being in silver spring, MD. Heard a lot of talk about markup even before the car was released. Nice folks at the dealership though. Thanks for the information here is a link to the pic.

Nice! The one I saw was from the side. I can count roughly 25-28 cars long on the first row.
 

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With how well it's covered up, i'm starting to think what sort of paint we have here, if it's something special or just your regular run of the mill paint and this is just how they cover up cars by default.

If you guys haven't seen how BMW and Audi covered up cars, you should take a look, once you do, you'll be very thankful for what we're getting here.
 

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I actually really appreciate that. Then I guess everything comes off at the dealership and they do their own detailing and what not ?
 
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