Alfa Romeo GTV 6 Rear for Dave (Greywolf44).

DAZ|Studio Transportation posted on May 22, 2019
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This ones for you buddy. it might look like a banana but it's a flyer. Thanks for looking. Mike.

Comments (6)


Greywolf44 10:37AM | Thu, 23 May 2019

Thanks, Mike! I don't think Alfa's get enough recognition both for design work and engineering wise. This is not necessarily my favorite model but I still think it's cool. As a note, this is the very color of my 1972 MGB that I had many years ago. At that time they called it "Harvest Gold". . . you British are so funny!!!!!! By the way, I love those spoked rims on this car!!!


Maxidyne 12:08PM | Thu, 23 May 2019

I remember Harvest Gold and all the other wonderfully strange colours British Leyland had at that time.

Alfa's are sadly very underrated. Fast cars that handle very well, the only problem is rust.


Darkglass 4:46PM | Thu, 23 May 2019

Cool render....doubt it's Harvest Gold....they never produced far as i know....Black metallic, Charcoal Metallic, Silver Metallic Alfa Red .....Chestnut and Champagne whatever colours they are and Posillipo Blue....


rajib 11:36AM | Wed, 29 May 2019

Looks pretty cool Mike, whatever the color may be called ;) !


3DClassics123456 2:16PM | Sun, 09 June 2019

Daz, IRay and you? The best team!!!!


Richardphotos 7:31AM | Sun, 23 June 2019

in full screen, I can almost smell the exhaust. the tire treads are first class as your render

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