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« Reply #45 on: 08 July, 2014, 12:08:31 PM »

After the AGM we were aproached at Wrest Park by an Alfa enthusiast whe asked if anyone knew of a car he test drove in central London a decade or more ago. It was owned by a barrister and was a series 1 fulvia 1600 HF, heavily tweeked and sporting a Stratos steering wheel. He understood it to have been campaigned in ice racing in Sweeden. Sadly it was distinctly showing its' age and hard life so the gentleman resisted the temptation.

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« Reply #46 on: 25 June, 2021, 10:51:29 PM »

My first Lancia was a 1976 Beta Coupe 1600 in Lancia Blu with mustard interior.
It was a trade in at JD Ross Ltd, Etchinghill, Kent, where I worked as a mechanic
between roughly 1979-1981.
Reg was PFG 76R. That reg is now on something else, so it's likely scrapped, but it was
in very fine fettle when I sold it before moving to South Africa in 82.

Greetings to all on my first post here, although I'm a regular on the BetaBoyz forum.
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