By Gilles Castonguay PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The way Antonio Baravalle sees it, Alfa Romeo needs more than two legs to stand on. The man in charge of reviving the struggling sports car maker says it will need more than two top-selling models if it is to meet a target of nearly doubling unit sales by 2010. "These are my two legs: the 147 (hatchback) and the 159 (sedan)," he said at a briefing at the Paris Auto Show. "To have 300,000 (in unit sales), you need four legs." Baravalle, ...
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