In our literature review today, we’re looking at yet another book by Patrick Dasse which we acquired from DINGWORT VERLAG. This incredible 368-page book describes the car production process in...
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The new approach to the Alfa Romeo production plan since Marchionne passed is sad, to say the least. All of the exciting models have been sacked, and the Brand’s lineup...
We’re almost done with our Alfa 147 project, and it is time to look for a new one. As our page, group, and YT channel grew bigger, we want to...
In the video below you can see step by step instructions regarding the oil change on all Alfa Romeo Twin Spark engines found in models such as 147, 156, GT, GTV, and even 166. When it comes to job itself, it is fairly simple and if you have any car knowledge, you can do it yourself easily.
We’ve got our hands on another piece of Alfa Romeo Literature from DINGWORT VERLAG. This time the car in question is Junior Z. We’ll start from the print quality which we can describe by only one word – exceptional. Book itself, as well as the prints, are incredible, and they tell us the story of the model from prototype to production version.
Recently, we’ve acquired a beautiful piece of Alfa Romeo literature created by Patrick Dasse from DINGWORT VERLAG. The car in question is Alfa Romeo Montreal, and this book managed to capture the essence of its existence.
In this video We’re going to show you how to test 5 wire mass air flow sensor. As mentioned in the video, you can use the same process to test 6 wire MAF sensor as well. The same procedure can be applied to any car manufacturer or model.
In the video below you can see all lubricant specifications regarding one of the best looking Alfa Romeo cars – the 159. Engine in question is 2.4 liter 20V diesel and you can check out specs for engine oil, manual transmission oil, brake fluid, etc.
Even though an idea regarding Giulia’s convertible version is far-fetched at the moment, primarily because of the FCA/PSA merger, it is still something many car enthusiasts desire. Although chances are slim, there is still a possibility that we might see the spider version of Giulia for the 2021 update.
FCA has seemingly been down-spiraling behind closed doors since the passing of Sergio Marchionne. The conglomerate merger that occurred yesterday already brought investment cuts for this glorious Alfa Romeo.