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    F150
    2003
    4.6 liter
    Brandon
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    1991
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    About Alfa Romeo

    About Alfa Romeo

    The history of the Italian racing car company Alfa Romeo began in 1906. Near Milan, Societa Italiana Automobili Darracq opened, which was supposed to produce French Darracq cars. However, the management of the company, headed by Hugo Stella, decides to produce cars of its own design. In 1910, ALFA appears. After 5 years, a change of leadership takes place. From that moment on, the director’s position was taken by Nicola Romeo, whose last name was the second part of the company name. In 1986, the FIAT merged with Alfa Romeo. Today, the company’s cars are considered prestigious and sophisticated throughout the world.

    The early years

    Alfa 24 HP (1910): The very first Alfa Romeo
    In 1906 , the Società Anonima Italiana Darracq ( SAID ) was founded in Italy by the Frenchman Alexandre Darracq. Darracq thought that the Italian car market, which was still in its infancy compared to Germany and France , was ripe for its older and smaller models. SAID was started by him as part of his already existing French car factory ( Darracq ).

    Although his thought of conquering the Italian market with older and small models was smart from an economist’s perspective, Darracq was unsuccessful with SAID. His first two models for the Italian market were too weak for the bad and steep Italian roads at the time. SAID could not compete with the cars imported into Italy.

    Despite the impending end for SAID, Darracq was unwilling to channel better model designs to his Italian company. In 1909 , Darraq was bought out by the manager of the Italian branch, Ugo Stella . Giuseppe Merosi was hired to develop new models that would actually be suitable for the Italian market. The association with Darracq’s bad models was broken by the new name of the company, Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili, ALFA for short, from June 24, 1910. The first real Alfa was the 24 HP, with 4084 cc, four cylinders and 42 horsepower. This was four times the power of the largest Darracq model, which he had to replace.