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  • Didn't even know there WAS such a thing. Thanks Sophie!! Now I have some homework. I need to know more about that car. I like it. I like it a lot.

      1 month ago
    • Very interesting. Seems like I really missed another good one here in the US. Damn Chicken Tax 25 year BS. 😡

        1 month ago
    • Yes, it’s a really interesting car. Fortunately there are still some nice models in the country. I’m sorry you’re not so lucky

        1 month ago
  • It wasn't very well known car. I don't believe it was much loved too. Although equipped with powerful and advanced Renault/Volvo/Peugeot V6, it was more "technical" and constrained in appearance than curvy, light, fun to drive line of cars it replaced. I am talking about Alpine A106, A108 and A110. Current A110 would have been more A110 of old, had it come with naturally aspirated engine and manual transmission. Although Renault Alpine A310 (pictured) is not very common, it does not fetch prices as high as A110. As to A106 and A108, I can't recall last time I saw them for sale.

      1 month ago
  • Beautiful. I’d love to see one in person someday

      1 month ago
  • Wow, love the colour

      23 days ago

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