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Finally Pictures of my 2000GTV

My 1973 2000 GTV USA SPEC Chop Top Convertable... Let me know what you think of these and if you see any modifications besides the obvious louvres and hood scoop please tell me... Not bad eh? Please be patient while the pictures load!

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Is it just me or is this thing way too low to the ground?
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hmmm...

on 1st glance i noticed the red springs and the aftermarket airfilter (K&N¿)....anything else obvious that i missed¿

You sound very proud of your car and you should be as a proud Alfa owner, i dunno but IMHO if i was you....a good under carrige and engine bay clean/spray will make you so much more proud of your car....
I jump at every chance i get to show my engine bay of to my friends or the ppl at work...I just think the Alfa DOHC engine is such a marvel to look at WHEN it is clean...and when it is dirty it looks so bad.....*sigh*...just my 2c.....i am a bit fanatic 'bout that..LOL....my neigbour keeps making fun at me for being in my engine bat every weekend and cleaning my car all the time and babying her.....LOL....until he saw the engine....bugger still aint converted..*S*

But anyways i hope you have fun with your car!!!

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She is probably riding an inch or so lower than stock due to what looks like IAP performance springs. The other modification I didn't notice from the first set of photos, is the wheel well flares. It also looks like someone did some re-wiring under the hood.

Overall she looks pretty good. I'd look into the chassis strengthening that we mentioned earlier. We wouldn't want to see that GTC () get folded up.

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Ok, I have to admit...it looks pretty cool. I agree...you did just fine for $1,000.00.

Great color as well.

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It's grown on me...

just a bit of photoshop to get rid of some mods..
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