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The 124 Spider is actually a FIAT:
Alfa Romeo also made a 2-seater roadster, known simply as the Spider:
Do you know which one is it?
'63 models retained the "Sport Coupè" and "Sport Sedan" naming scheme that debuted with the previous "arched roof" variants despite what once were...
I believe both manufacturers and consumers would have called the Bluebuck a 2dr sedan/2dr hardtop at best, because that's exactly what it is.
Given the etymology of the french term "coupè" ("cut"), a proper coupè is either supposed to have a shorter wheelbase or at least a sleeker...
It was actually me.
And it was specifically referred to EU-spec amber blinkers: as mentioned, in Europe it would either be clear signals mixed...
It could have been exported, but still, these countries would get market-specific variants.
In that derby picture, window pillars are entirely exposed as the rear quarterlights were removed... :)
Io sono nato in Irlanda ma vivo in Italia da più di 30 anni... :)
Variously Sized Thingies™... :cool:
Well, you know, "real Italy" isn't that much different from France... or any other western-european country...
Just in case you haven't noticed,...
Rub-A-Dub-Dub, Two Red Cars And A Yellow Truck™... :confused:
German Youngtimers... :)