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The Alfa Romeo Own­ers Club of New Zealand is the na­tional club for both own­ers and peo­ple sim­ply in­ter­ested in cars from this fa­mous mar­que, with rep­re­sen­ta­tives and monthly meet­ings in most re­gions of New Zealand. The club un­der­takes so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties like wine trails, econ­omy ral­lies and scenic runs, and it pre­sents guest speak­ers and new prod­ucts amongst other fun and in­for­ma­tive events.

The club is in­volved in mo­tor sport with its Tro­feo Se­ries and Club race days, tech­ni­cal ad­vice, and con­cours dis­plays, it pro­duces a monthly news­let­ter and runs a club shop.

AROCNZ has been in ex­is­tence since the mid 1970s, and built up a mem­ber­ship with a pas­sion for these cars — and a wide range of in­ter­ests, from rac­ing or per­for­mance mod­i­fi­ca­tions to restora­tion or main­te­nance, events for the fam­ily or sim­ply for­get­ting about the daily rou­tine.

Most re­gions have a monthly meet­ing at which club mem­bers can meet, share an in­ter­est in this mar­que and en­joy ar­ranged events, and there is sup­port and in­for­ma­tion on race se­ries rel­e­vant to Alfa Romeo own­ers.

Cars rep­re­sented in the club are prin­ci­pally from the 1950s to the present day, in­clud­ing 1900s, Gi­uli­et­tas (of var­i­ous se­ries) and Gi­u­lias, 2600s, Mon­tre­als, and other smaller-run mod­els like GT Ju­nior Za­gato and Sprint Spe­ciales, plus Alfet­tas, Alfa Six, Alfa Suds and Sprints, 75s, 90s, 33s, 155s, 164s, 145s, 146s, spi­ders, GTVS and 156s.

Join the Club

If you own an Alfa Romeo of any model, or are sim­ply in­ter­ested in the mar­que, visit or search Alfa Romeo Own­ers Club of New Zealand on Face­book for more in­for­ma­tion.

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