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Made To Drive | S03 E10

Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce Runs To The Ocean

For some, the dedication and passion invested into their vintage car approaches fanatical levels, much like those who push their limits in the ocean. Whether racing from Molokai to Oahu or paddle-boarding for miles and miles off California's coast, being in the ocean can become an obsession. For Mr. Casey Annis, his 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce 1600 allows him to bridge the gap between his two pastimes—classic cars and the ocean.
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Mike Jankowski
Mike Jankowski

Interesting that he’s an Alfaholic but the race car next to his car is a Triumph Spitfire. Makes no difference, if you like older sports cars, we all have the same DNA.

John Glance
John Glance

My first proper sports car was a Alfa Syder. Black just like the Mr. Annis’s Veloce. Ma, I miss that car.

Nelson
Nelson

As usual beautiful video and car ! But since i saw the video on tuesday, i add a question. How can a californian guy got a 15year old poster from a Renault megane Kit car on his garage ? 🙂

Pez
Pez

From the rainy and foggy Milano where this beauty was born , compliments for the video and the passion!
Pez

Johnny B
Johnny B

Una bella macchina !!

Justin Hunt
Justin Hunt

Great looking Alfa! Nice footwork too.

Wil Rodriguez
Wil Rodriguez

Very nice video about a beautiful car. But I’m bothered that it was obtained unethically by an unapologetic egocentric.

Matthew Lange
Matthew Lange

The only problem with this video is it makes me want to move to California. With the wind rain and salt encrusted roads here at the moment I’m jealous of anyone that can get there classic out and drive it to the coast all year round.

Rene Borggreve
Rene Borggreve

What a stunning machine. Alfa Romeo must wake up and built cars like these again.

Jim Valcarcel
Jim Valcarcel

What a great video this is. Here is a guy that does not need to go 1.02g around a corner and go 0-60mph in 3.5 sec. to completely enjoy what the car hobby is all about. Just the movement is what it’s all about. Like he said at the beginning of the video. It’s the art of movement. Truly this guy “Drives Tastefully”. Well done Casey!

Dustin Rittle
Dustin Rittle

This video is just another reason why i love the car hobby so much. Its just the cars, the passion of the people involved wtih those cars but i must admit i get pretty envious sometimes as well seeing these vids of stunning locales and what makes this one better is seeing those locales in a stunning italian roadster..just a slice of car heaven for us