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'''Dalgetti''' is a character in [[Grand Theft Auto 1]] who runs a respray shop, similar to [[Pay 'n' Spray]] from the [[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]] [[GTA III Era|era]] games. Dalgetti refuses to take a [[Challenger|car]] from the [[Protagonist|protagonist]], but after a phone call does accept the car.
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|name = Dalgetti
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|status = Alive
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|home = [[South Kings]], [[Liberty City in GTA 1|Liberty City]]
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|businesses = Unnamed respray shop <small>(owner)</small>
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'''Dalgetti''' is a character in the [[2D Universe]] who appears as a minor character in [[Grand Theft Auto 1]].
  
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==Character history==
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Dalgetti is, in [[1997]], the owner of an unnanmed respray shop in [[Liberty City in GTA 1|Liberty City]]. Dalgetti at one point refuses to take a [[Challenger|car]] from the [[Protagonists in GTA 1|protagonist]] but, after a phone call, accepts the car.
  
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Latest revision as of 19:34, 16 October 2013

Character
Dalgetti
Appearances GTA 1
Full Name Dalgetti
Status

Alive

Gender Gender::Male
Home South Kings, Liberty City
Businesses Unnamed respray shop (owner)

Dalgetti is a character in the 2D Universe who appears as a minor character in Grand Theft Auto 1.

Character history

Dalgetti is, in 1997, the owner of an unnanmed respray shop in Liberty City. Dalgetti at one point refuses to take a car from the protagonist but, after a phone call, accepts the car.