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I purchased a loaded Q4 Sport a month ago and the love has not faded one bit. I didnt bite on the QV for a few reasons (primarily the snow and not wanting the Ferrari'esc potential cost of maintenance/repairs on the motor). I do feel the side is missing something (or maybe its a Freudian queue of me still wanting a QV and the cloverleaf badge) so I'm close to ordering these. Since I technically have a sport model I guess it goes well with the trim level. Has anyone installed these on the front side fenders? If so I'd love to see photos.

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https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Alfa-Romeo-...921833?hash=item3af47cc929:g:fsIAAOSwmg9Z45k2

google images Alfa Romeo Sportiva logo and you'll see what it is
 

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That would look nice (IMO) without coming across like a fake QV.
 

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Not too sure about this....I guess I'm from the school of "Less is More"....
I think in homage to "Alfa Legacy" my favorite badge mod would be the triangular Quad sticker either on the back trunk fascia on either side of the license plate and / or on the front fenders right behind the wheel well above the rocker....
 
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You will get the best feedback if you install them (at least one side) and show us pics, if you décide to remove them, it shouldn't be too difficult.

I think it will look awesome.
I purchased the VELOCE badges from a dealer while on a trip in Europe, because I felt something was missing as well.
I believe the Sportiva are nice too. I also like the fact that there is the QV leaf but in a more conservative way, not pretentious or fake QV version.
 

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Not too sure about this....I guess I'm from the school of "Less is More"....
I think in homage to "Alfa Legacy" my favorite badge mod would be the triangular Quad sticker either on the back trunk fascia on either side of the license plate and / or on the front fenders right behind the wheel well above the rocker....
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Thats what I did...looks good, honors Alfa racing tradition and keeps purists happy
 

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