1992 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce on 2040-cars
East Northport, New York, United States
1992 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce
This is a fully sorted example of a true Italian classic roadster , the Pininfarina lines are truly timeless.
This car is a four time award winner , rust free, I'm the fourth owner . This car has been lovingly cared for and always garaged .
Upgrades are listed below
Engine rebuild less than 30,000 miles ago - fully documented
New Ansa exhaust
New Bilstein shocks
New Luisi wooden steering wheel
New Serpent Autosport 16" wheel with Pirelli P Zero tires (car is featured on Serpent-Austosport website)
New Bosch battery
New leather interior
New JVC stereo CD I-Pod compatible (connection in glovebox)
Cloth top in excellent condition
Oil pan guard
This is a standout rust free example of a true classic , don't let this one get away
Alfa Romeo Spider for Sale
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Fri, 18 Jan 2013 19:01:00 EST
As a reporter covering an auto show, the one opportunity you never want to miss is going to the Sergio Marchionne press briefing.
Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:59:00 EST
"This undertaking to bring Alfa back is a one-shot deal... We are not going to do this twice."
There just aren't that many real characters left in the auto industry. Marchionne, who sits atop both Chrysler and Fiat, is not only one of the smartest execs in the business, but also the most frank. Herein, a sample of the quotable always-sweatered executive:
Hot on the heels of Ford's earnings announcement for the year that was, Chrysler today reported a 2012 net income of $1.7 billion, up substantially from the comparatively minuscule $183 million profit earned in 2011 when it repaid its US government loans.
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Chrysler's good year ended with an excellent fourth quarter that saw net income rise 68 percent from $225 million in 2011 to $378 million. Where are all those extra earnings coming from? Market share, which Chrysler saw increase to 11.4% last year on sales of 1.65 million vehicles. In fact, the Auburn Hills, MI-based automaker out-paced the industry's market growth of 13 percent last year with sales up 21 percent for the year.
The company also revealed an updated product plan for its Chrysler Group and Fiat brands that looks all the way out to 2016. It's an updated version of the plan introduced in 2009 shortly after Fiat took control of the American automaker, and includes such new additions as an Alfa Romeo model, likely the 4C, to be introduced in the US this year, as well five more Alfa models by 2016. Likewise, Fiat will be growing by an additional seven models in the coming few years.
Following this week's Fiat Chrysler extravaganza, where the Italian-American manufacturer announced its plans for the next five years, the Autoblog staff was cautiously optimistic of the company's future. Investors? Not so much.
Fiat saw its shares tumble 12 percent in Wednesday's trading, falling from 8.67 euros ($12.06 at today's rates) to 7.44 euros ($10.35) as of this writing, with blame partly going to the Italian half of the FCA marriage, which recorded a pretty significant drop in profits during the first quarter of this year.
The plan, which will cost around $77 billion over the next several years, is facing criticism from investors thanks in part to a 1.4-percent drop in Fiat's first-quarter profits, to 622 million euros ($862 million). That figure is also short of Bloomberg analysts' projections, which predicted $1.18 billion in profits before taxes, interest and one-time items.