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Used Alfa Romeo Aircon Pipes
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About Aircon Pipes
The purpose of the Alfa Romeo aircon pipe is to link all the components of the car's air conditioning system together.
Air conditioning pipes come in different sizes, diameters and can be made of various materials to suit different air conditioning systems.
The Alfa Romeo aircon pipe should be made of hard-wearing material, strong and leak-proof and should be designed well enough for it to connect all the different parts of the car's aircon system tightly and firmly together.
These durable aircon pipes do wear out over time and if you need to replace the Alfa Romeo aircon pipe you should ensure you purchase one that is the right size, width and material for your car's air conditioning system.
Alfa Romeo trivia
- One of the most famous onscreen appearances of an Alfa Romeo was in the James Bond film Octopussy when the superspy stole a graphite GTV6. The car brand shows up again in Quantum of Solace, racing against Bond’s Aston Martin.
- Due to tax shenanigans, the very first Alfa-branded car was named the 24HP, even though it came with a 25 horsepower 4.1-litre engine. It was quick and could do a satisfying 62mph, despite having wooden spoke wheels.
- The Italian Job was famous for its use of the Mini Cooper, but the police in the film might very well have beaten Michael Caine on the flat with their Alfa Giulia Supers.
- US President John F. Kennedy was a big fan of the Alfa Romeo, and would often be seen racing on Washington streets in his Alfa Romeo Giuletta Spider.
- The Alfa Romeo logo has some really weird imagery. There are dashes of the Milanese coat of arms, and a terrifying picture of a snake eating a man. That image comes from the Visconti family crest, who used to rule Milan.