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post #481 of 946 (permalink) Old 05-02-2010, 07:53 AM
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I just finished posting these pics on the Ausalfa.com forum & after a day spent washing cars I thought I may as well pop them on here as well.









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Very nice!

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Summer wheels on my L

Just stuck the Borbet 16X7.5 wheels on my daily driver...
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Black Beauty gets "new" shoes

Just stuck stock 164S wheels on Black Beauty today, too.
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Just stuck stock 164S wheels on Black Beauty today, too.
Looks great

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I just finished posting these pics on the Ausalfa.com forum & after a day spent washing cars I thought I may as well pop them on here as well.
Hell of a threesome you got going there mate!!


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Just stuck the Borbet 16X7.5 wheels on my daily driver...
Nice wheels. Is your serpent looking the wrong way?


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Just stuck stock 164S wheels on Black Beauty today, too.
Black Beauty looks pristine Steve. I wish I could keep my black paint job on both my cars looking that good.

Past glories: Sud ti, Alfetta GTV, GTV6, 33 ti, 33 ie, 164 V6, 164 V6, GTV TS, 156 TS.

Now: 164 V6 24v Zender Alfa Sport, Alfa 159 2.4 JTDm, Ford Mondeo (Fusion in US?) 2.0 TDCi 'Mothership'.
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When Glamorous Terry (my graphics technician) installed the serpents, she went with bi-lateral symmetry. The driver side faces the right way. I can live with it. My Milano is the same way.

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1991 164s

1991 164S.

4 Piston Calipers with Steel Braided Brake Lines, Sump Guard, Deburred and Polished Ports (moved the power band up the RPM Range), 235 40 18 Wheels. A work in progress .....

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I thought mine was low!! Do you get any rubbing?

Past glories: Sud ti, Alfetta GTV, GTV6, 33 ti, 33 ie, 164 V6, 164 V6, GTV TS, 156 TS.

Now: 164 V6 24v Zender Alfa Sport, Alfa 159 2.4 JTDm, Ford Mondeo (Fusion in US?) 2.0 TDCi 'Mothership'.
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My latest photos (previously Lenard's LS)
gave it some detailing


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And these are after a 3 hour spit'n polish session on Sunday. Typically it rained dusty dirty rain today so back to square one....



Very nice. I like the rims. What type of trunk spoiler is that?
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I am reviving this thread with a few photographs of my car taken at the Italian Car Club of the Southwest's fall car show. The show was in mid-September and while not officially canceled, was effectively canceled by the heavy rains we received that week and on show day. About 25 to 30 cars from dedicated members showed up and here are a few photographs of my car that day.

Despite the rain, those of us that showed up had a great time. The food vender started serving lunch around 11:00, with the wine sales starting soon after that. We were fortunate to have a large covered pavillion with tables underneath and everyone bunched up together.

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I like the two tone color of the red S models and the interior is bella.



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Hi V6Junky,

The car wasn't always that low but for some reason the B&G Springs settled over a period of time which necessitated another Toe Alignment. In spirited driving it rubs a bit when the body rolls but in regular driving, no rubs.

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Very nice. I like the rims. What type of trunk spoiler is that?
Thanks! Rims are Zender Milanos and the spoiler is aso Zender.


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Hi V6Junky,

The car wasn't always that low but for some reason the B&G Springs settled over a period of time which necessitated another Toe Alignment. In spirited driving it rubs a bit when the body rolls but in regular driving, no rubs.

Howard.
Thought that might be the case. I get cronic rubbing on mine but am about to change that next month hopefully once I'm on holiday and can leave the car at the shop. Will end up with a 25mm drop over the current 40+ I have now.

Past glories: Sud ti, Alfetta GTV, GTV6, 33 ti, 33 ie, 164 V6, 164 V6, GTV TS, 156 TS.

Now: 164 V6 24v Zender Alfa Sport, Alfa 159 2.4 JTDm, Ford Mondeo (Fusion in US?) 2.0 TDCi 'Mothership'.
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