On October 27th, Driven to Write’s team will be focusing its intelligence with laser intensity on a single car, four articles in all, a festival of focus.
Here is a small taste of what is in store. It stretched 4451 mm from nose to tail and had a five-speed, manual transmission.
Where not to save money
I’ll begin this badge-themed item with a nod to Eoin’s sterling work on the future of FCA. Can I ask people to note the rather cheap ugliness of the FCA logo? The letters seem not to be aligned. But more relevant is the flaked badge of an Alfa Romeo 156, a rich metaphor if ever one was needed.
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