Analysts are divided over whether Fiat Auto SpA's plans to bring the Alfa Romeo brand back to the U.S. after a more than 10-year absence is a good move. But one observer says the strategy just might work, if pricing is right and expectations kept within reason. The Italian performance brand, which pulled up its American stakes in 1995, likely will wait to make its return until its new Spider debuts sometime in 2007, insiders say. Alfa Romeo chief Karl-Heinz Kalbfell tells Ward's the ...

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