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post #61 of 2341 (permalink) Old 05-01-2006, 05:20 AM
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that 2000TGV looks like the same colour as my car.
AR349 Periwinkle Blue Metallic.
That is my car. When I was researching paint colors, Alfa had three different names for the same color blue.
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post #62 of 2341 (permalink) Old 05-01-2006, 02:23 PM
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Look what i found ...in my archives.Hope you can read them.It's the 1968 & 1969 Giulia's range official availiable colour & code numbers.
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Alfetta 1800 berlina (scudo largo) 1979
Lancia Beta 2000 HPE 1977
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Here is a picture of my car in AR349 Periwinkle Blue Metallic

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I've got a reprint of a road test from November 1972 in 'Modern Motor' magazine on the 2000GTV. It lists the available factory colours as follows:
(I have added the AR numbers where I can find them)

White AR202
Light Moss Green
Quarry Beige
Pine Green AR216
Dutch Blue AR210
Le Mans Blue AR348
Alfa Red AR501
Maroon AR213
Yellow Piper AR116
Metallic Light Grey AR727
Metallic Light Beige
Metallic Olive Green AR225
Metallic Blue Perewinkle AR349

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Dutch Blue is definitely not AR210 but AR343...

http://www.veloceregister.net/pntcode.htm
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Love the non-metalic colours like the French lemans blue and even more the Giallo ocra:

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Still would love it if someone could post a Blu Francia AR-342 GT picture.

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A 1750GTV in French Blue just sold on ebay.
Lots of rust though so difficult to judge the colour!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/69-Al...QQcmdZViewItem

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1971 GT1300Junior

1971 GT1300Junior. I'm assuming AR501?
twin light conversion and momo vegas
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any pix out there of a 105 in bluette?

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That was my French Blue 69 that just sold on Ebay...
Here is a pic of what a French Blue car with decent paint looks like.
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Yes!....I finally see what my GTV should (and maybe will still) look like with fresh paint! As I continue to work on the car.... this colour is starting to appeal to me. Thanks for that!

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Hi Krish,
Nice car.
What tyres size are they.
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tyre size

The wheels are two piece simmonds 15's. The tyres are 205/60/15. I got the car with that setup on it and found that when cornering hard and hitting bumps the tires would hit the lip on the guards quite eaisly. I rolled the lip at the top of the arch and this cured the problem. They gave great grip though.

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Thanks for the interesting info.
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