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Alfa Romeo Giulia ti (Super)
Dorian’s passion for his unassuming box shaped Alfa Romeo is infectious.
The Alfa Giulia ti is said to have been designed by the wind and shows us
that form can both follow and flourish behind function.
This sensual piece of film making, much of which was shot with super 8
film, reminds us that perhaps there was once a time when ordinary objects
we relied on just simply had more soul.
With French Subtitles
Directed and edited by Jeff Martin http://jeffmartinfilm.com
Dorian Valenzuela's website http://dv-mechanics.com
Music by Jeff Martin (IDAHO) http://idahomusic.com Song used in this film
can be purchaced at http://tinyurl.com/kbgnxo8
Bryan Kertenian http://bryankertenian.bandcamp.com where you can purchase
the song Forward Thinking Man which was also used in this film
Lot's of car parts from http://alfaholics.com in Dorian's car
Please excuse the misspelling of Giulia in the title credit section of the
He Built This Alfa Romeo Giulia, It Built His Career
Most people use their job as a way to get a car. Dorian Valenzuela,
however, is not most people: he used his 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti to
land a job, in this case at Singer Vehicle Design, where he helps create
that company's bespoke Porsche 911s.
Nor did Valenzuela follow the typical path to a career in the automotive
world. While still in university–where he was studying transportation in
the hope of one day working on a race team–he applied for an internship
at NASA and eventually landed a position at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Valenzuela would go on to spend more than ten years in the aerospace
industry and some of his work, in the form of the Mars rovers, can now be
seen roaming around that red planet.
Always a car enthusiast, Valenzuela spent his evenings and weekends at home
wrenching on his Alfa and Porsche 964. One day, needing parts for the
Porsche, he responded to an advertisement and found himself walking into
the Singer shop, just outside of Los Angeles. The clean, classic builds and
attention to detail in the Singer cars immediately resonated with him, as
he shared similar goals for his Alfa. Once the folks at Singer got a look
at that Alfa, they agreed. Valenzuela soon found himself changing careers,
moving from the space age to the world of vintage (or, at least,
Given the time he’s invested in the car and the doors it has opened for
him, it’s hardly surprising that this Alfa Romeo has a special place in
Valenzuela’s heart. Indeed, as Valenzuela puts it, the car is an
extension of him and while he doesn’t consider himself an artist, this
car is absolutely a work of art.
Belgrade ride GOPRO suction cup mount test Alfa Romeo 147
Testing go pro suction cup mount on my alfa romeo 147
Sound was waaay too bad so i had to replace it with something nicer.
Nonima - "Exostatic [Akaaka rmx]"
Clorofila Azul - "I'm dreaming with you tonight"
*Note* This video is reupload of this one http://youtu.be/qXflnjh75ZI ,
something went wrong there and quality was really bad.
Alfa Romeo 147 Bi Xenon projector Mini H1 retrofit installation process
Installation tutorial for our popular Mini H1 Bi-xenon projector twin kit
done on the Alfa Romeo 147 headlight. We show how to bake and open the
headlight and mount the xenon projectors. At the end of the video we
compare the halogen light output to plug & play xenon and Bi-xenon retrofit
projectors Mini H1.
Italian: Guida di installazione per il nostro popolare Mini H1 bi-xeno kit
proiettore gemello fatto sulla Alfa Romeo 147 faro. Mostriamo come cuocere
e aprire il faro e montare il proiettori allo xeno. Alla fine del video si
confronta l'emissione di luce alogena per plug & play xeno e bi-xeno
retrofit proiettori H1 Mini.
0:01 Bake the headlight. We use a big carton box with a heatgun. We put the
headlight on small boxes so the hot air will be blown under the headlight,
not only on one side.
0:09 In this case we use a 500W heatgun for 15 minutes.
0:14 Start to pry the headlight. In this case it is perma-sealed, so the
seal doesn't really get soft, you will need to cut the sealing with the
0:37 After working a couple of minutes the headlight housing cools down,
heat it up again for a few minutes.
0:40 Work with patience and not too much force. This headlight took us 20
to 30 minutes to open properly.
1:04 Cut the remaining permaseal off the headlight lens using a sharp
1:10 Scrape the remainign permaseal out of the headlight channel using a
flathead screw driver.
1:18 Remove the bulb glare cap.
1:34 To mount the Bi-xenon projector, break the glare cap holder away.
2:05 Remove the bulb clip holder from the projector.
2:10 Mount the Mini Gatling Gun shroud with the 4 supplied screws.
2:19 Remove the black plug from the solenoid wires.
2:21 Insert the wires through the glare cap opening.
2:24 Place the rubber ring on the Mini H1 projector shaft. In this case the
thin ring is used to give more thread length for the nut.
2:28 Place the projector in the reflector.
2:32 Place the H7 adapter ring.
2:42 Place the nut to secure the projector.
2:53 Secure the nut using needle nose pliers.
3:00 Place back the solenoid plug on the wires.
3:17 In this case we needed to bend the bulb clip holder a bit to fit
3:34 Mount the bulb clip holder with the 3 screws
3:42 Put the Butyl in the headlight channel for a proper seal
4:00 Press it down with your fingers
4:10 Clean fingerprints and dust off
4:28 In this case, customer wanted the headlight insert black
4:30 Press the lens on the housing.
4:33 Heat the headlight again for the sealant to become soft.
4:38 Press the lens back on the housing.
4:46 Gently squeeze the lens on the housing, make sure all the lens clips
click back on.
5:05 Insert the H1 HID bulb in the projector.
5:12 Place the clip to secure the bulb.
5:28 Place the H7 high beam splitter to connect the solenoid for high beam
5:40 Headlight retrofitted!
5:43 Original H7 halogen beam
5:53 H7 reflector plug & play 5000K
6:04 Mini H1 Bi-xenon projector retrofit
Forza Friday: The 1967 Alfa Romeo GTV Twins ( Part 1)
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 1967 Alfa Romeo GTV is a classic Italian
sports car that's earned a reputation for style and speed. The 1967 Alfa
Romeo GTV (Gran Turismo Veloce ) is at home both on the track and on the
road. In another fun and informative TFLcar Classics revealed video we
profile two 1967 Alfa Romeo GTV's. One that is race ready and one that is
road trip worthy. If you love classic Italian cars, this is a must see
video that shows why so many people over the years have fallen head over
heels in love with this car that continues holds the Alfa Romeo DNA.
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Alfa Romeo USA | North American International Auto Show | Official 4C Spider Reveal
Reid Bigland, Head of Alfa Romeo North America, reveals the All-New Alfa
Romeo 4C Spider at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). In
this video presentation, Bigland illustrates how the All-New 2015 Alfa
Romeo 4C Spider delivers race-inspired performance, advanced technologies,
seductive Italian style, and now an even more exhilarating driving
experience with open-air freedom.
Looking back on the heritage of Alfa Romeo, Bigland emphasizes the healthy
resume of Alfa racing victories, having perfected the balance of power vs.
weight: monocoque bodies, balanced weight distribution and variable valve
With the 1967 33 Stradale behind him, Bigland showcases one the most
beautiful cars ever produced - with state of the art technology, race
inspired performance, and drop dead gorgeous styling. Weighing in at 1500
lbs., the 33 Stradale achieved 0-60mph in 5 seconds and cost $17,000 at a
time when most vehicles cost around $2,000. The Stradale is so rare that it
is estimated to be worth around $10 million.
The Stradale continues to inspire the design of Alfa Romeo. Formally
introducing the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C, the 4C and Stradale share design all
motivated by performance. The 4C conveys the passion shared by every
engineer, past and present. hand-crafted on Modena, Italy, the V Grill is
There are three attributes that put the 4C in a unique category of cars;
Carbon Fiber Chassis, Aluminum sub frame, and mid-engine mount. Not to
mention, a true Alfisti will recognize the Exhaust note.
Introducing the 2015 4C Spider. Expect all of the incredible performance
and technology that the 4C has, with a removable soft top (stowable) in
additional to the carbon fiber top. Some unique style cues are a carbon
fiber windshield surround, carbon fiber halo roof and center mounted dual