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very nice!.Bright Red?? not Imola..had a 95 Cosmos/Blk and I regret having sold it...it was my dedicated track car.:crying:
Correct, Hellrot.

Imola was very rare on the US E36's. Imola was the standard red on the E46.

I miss it, although not as much as I thought I would. The Giulia is nice and engaging, the main thing I miss is the manual box.

I'll have another one day...
 

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Love the pics ( of both cars!). Back when my youngest was still in a car seat I was able (just barely!) to squeeze her car seat in the WRX. The seatback was mysteriously dirty all the time though.. ;).
 

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I went out 2 weekends ago for a drive on one of the more empty end scenic roads around the Bay Area. Setting off around 6:30am; I covered nearly 200miles in a morning. Great fun! I took some pics along the way, as way of an update.

Still really enjoying the car. It’s dynamically fantastic, engaging and truly never dull, although, I am beginning to realize that it’s probably not big enough! What it does lack in SUV-style space, it truly makes up for in style and drivability.

Who needs space when your car looks this good anyway?


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr


Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr

Till next time!
 

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Great shots, when your little one gets a little older, I'd invest in some kick mats. :)


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Hi all, no real updates regarding the Giulia. It’s approaching a year since I picked it up, and I’ve done about a third of the mileage I signed up for in my lease, which is disappointing, but at least the vast majority of those miles have been for pleasure, and not commuting! I’m hoping to get more under my belt in the second year!

The car really is fantastic; engaging, nimble and gets lots of attention, despite it not being the Quadrifoglio. But I’m certainly missing the manual box I had in all my other cars before this one; there’s just something about it DIY’ing it that an auto can never make up for, no matter how good the auto, and this one is very good!

Anyway, I had some fun in the car last weekend, and thought I’d take a few more photos.



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr

Till next time.

[footnote]Edited by TheDukeGTi on Monday 25th March 00:17[/footnote]
 

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Hi all, no real updates regarding the Giulia. It’s approaching a year since I picked it up, and I’ve done about a third of the mileage I signed up for in my lease, which is disappointing, but at least the vast majority of those miles have been for pleasure, and not commuting! I’m hoping to get more under my belt in the second year!

The car really is fantastic; engaging, nimble and gets lots of attention, despite it not being the Quadrifoglio. But I’m certainly missing the manual box I had in all my other cars before this one; there’s just something about it DIY’ing it that an auto can never make up for, no matter how good the auto, and this one is very good!

Anyway, I had some fun in the car last weekend, and thought I’d take a few more photos.



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr



Alfa Romeo Giulia Ti Sport by TheDukeGTi, on Flickr

Till next time.

[footnote]Edited by TheDukeGTi on Monday 25th March 00:17[/footnote]


Nice. The coastline looks familiar somehow. Is that SoCal?
 

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I was wondering if others compared these cars to the e36. I have a 99 m3 for the weekends. I just got a Giulia ti and I was incredibly surprised by how similar the steering is on these cars.
 
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