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Practical Classics April 2020 #1639208
19/02/2020 21:38
19/02/2020 21:38
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Bury st Edmunds, Suffolk.
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April 2020 edition Practical Classics has an image of the Coupe on the cover, magazine tells us best classics to buy now.

Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: bayliss] #1639224
20/02/2020 21:03
20/02/2020 21:03
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S. Wales. Way beyond my means
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Great to see the Coupe in PC again.

Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: bayliss] #1639226
20/02/2020 21:37
20/02/2020 21:37
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It's my Coupe in the mag, not had it long after 4 Alfa's, really enjoying the car!

The guy with the Corrado in the article had an N/A model some years before and said he was yearning for another too!

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Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: bayliss] #1639244
21/02/2020 18:14
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S. Wales. Way beyond my means
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Welcome aboard. Yours looks a nice one.

Hope you enjoy the ownership experience as much as I do.
smile

Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: Gripped] #1639245
21/02/2020 18:51
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Thanks, I'm in South Wales too so I'll keep an eye out for another Coupe wink

Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: bayliss] #1639312
24/02/2020 15:10
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West Wales
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South Wales is obviously a hot-bed for Coupes..... wink I’m Carmarthenshire

Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: quiff] #1639671
07/03/2020 11:05
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That's a nice coupe Quiff and in my favourite colour as well cool

I bought the magazine (but have mislaid it for the mo) but I'm sure it said that some parts were now being produced via 3D printing! Really - and if so what and by whom? Or was I drifting in a parallel universe .. smile

Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: bayliss] #1639673
07/03/2020 11:50
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Joe has produced bonnet release handles by 3D printing Alan.


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Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: PeteP] #1639679
07/03/2020 16:25
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Thanks Pete - and here I was hoping it was new rear arches rolleyes

Re: Practical Classics April 2020 [Re: bayliss] #1640178
23/03/2020 18:11
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I was talking to the journalist about a V6 GTV I had before the coupe when I was talking about the 3d printed parts, he must have used journalistic licence wink


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