Do you like it when people use pencils as pointers? Have you ever wanted an in-depth history of the Alfa Romeo logo? Actually, that sounds quite interesting.
Well, fear no more, cause John Davis has you covered.
What they didn't get right was the idea that Alfa's aggressive marketing could make the 164 a hit in the American market. It was whatever the opposite of a hit is.
An interesting tidbit: Alfa sold these cars through a partnership with Chrysler. Now Fiat, Alfa's parent company, has a major stake in Chrysler. Amazing how things work.
Ok, enough of me prattling on. Watch the 164 tackle the roads of Maryland with ease.
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