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Author Topic: Betas featured in Auto Italia magazine  (Read 1755 times)
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« on: November 30, 2008, 08:00:58 PM »


In the next issue of Auto Italia magazine there will be a feature on Betas to mark the 35th anniversary of the introduction of the first Beta - the Berlina/Sedan. The next issue goes on sale on the 30th November at all good newsagents!
 
The entire model range will be included in the feature: Berlina, Coupe, Spyder, HPE and MonteCarlo. Although we did not include a Trevi on this occasion (next time it's a definite!).
 
Beta Boyz assisted Auto Italia with finding cars for the feature, as well as helping the journalist (Richard Dredge) with the reseach for the article. We are delighted that the model is going to appear in the magazine again. It has been some time since the Beta has had some coverage in AI magazine. Special thanks to the AI team who were all so keen to mark the 35th anniversary.
 
It is one of Beta Boyz' long term objectives to secure positive coverage for the model in the motoring press.
 
If you have a Beta that is good enough to be featured in further magazine articles and if you can commit to devoting the time to get your car featured, then please get in touch.





From: Bowjm   Sent: 29/11/2007 22:14
Auto Italia Magazine Issue 139 (on sale now) features the Lancia Beta story.

As you'd expect from Auto Italia, the article reads well and is positive about the model.

Some good publicity for the Beta!





From: ThreePlusOnePlusThree   Sent: 30/11/2007 13:43
There's also a Montecarlo feature in the December issue of Practical Performance Car magazine. It's had an EFI and supercharger upgrade. There's not much info on the actual build itself, but it's an interesting article and a cracking looking car.
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