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145
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146
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147
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155
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156
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159
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164
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166
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1750 Berlina
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2000
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2000 Berlina
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2600
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33
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6C
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75
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8C
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90
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Alfa 6
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Alfasud
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Alfetta
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Arna
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Brera
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Duetto
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Giulia
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Giulia Sprint
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Giulietta
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Giulietta Berlina
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GT
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GTV
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Montreal
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RZ
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Spider
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Sprint
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Spyder
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SZ
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Becoming ever more mainstream, only problem is the cars are becoming ever more conservative.

Once more exotic than Ferraris! now just about more exotic than FIATS

In the summer of 1910, Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili (A.L.F.A.) began business. The new companys badge was taken from the coat of arms of Milan where Alfa originated.

The left part of the badge is the red cross on white background which recalls the heroic deeds of the Milanese Giovanni da Rho during the First Crusades of the 11th century. In the battles to recover the Holy Land for Christianity, he was the first to place the Cross on the walls of Jerusalem. The right half is the crest of Ottone Visconti, founder of the noble Visconti family of Milan.

He is credited with the killing of an infidel in a duel during the First Crusade. His victims shield was inscribed with the image of a snake devouring a man. Ottone used this emblem in his family crest which was later adopted by the city of Milan onto its coat of arms. It is a symbol of power and success of Milans enemies being devoured by the snake. In 1915, Nicola Romeo took over control of A.L.F.A. and added his name to the companys logo.

The laurel wreath was added to the badge in 1925 to celebrate Alfas first World Championship. In 1972 Alfa opened the Alfasud factory in Naples and dropped the name Milano from the badge. In 1981, the laurel leaves were also omitted.

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