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post #91 of 2338 (permalink) Old 05-11-2006, 05:31 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for that SERIES1... finally another Francia Blue AR 342 colour. I was really wanting to see more cars in this colour. Can you tell me more about the Quarifoglio decal?...mine had one as well but got removed at some point in the past.

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post #92 of 2338 (permalink) Old 05-14-2006, 06:49 PM
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Sure, the decal is the standard Quadrifoglio from IAP but I put some ebay Alfa Romeo script decals underneath them. So that it looks like they were sort of meant to be there. I just reimaged my HD so I'm trying to find where I put some of my older pictures. When I find them I'll post some more in different lighting and angles so you will have a better idea of what yours would look like. I'm not sure how old the paint job is on my Alfa but I would guess 8-10 years so it's not in the best shape but at least it gives you an idea of what they look like in Blu Francia.
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What?...I'm sure there must be more pics of GTs in other colours to share.

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Being sure a good looking car, all colours look good, so whatever you end up with you will think that one day I would like one in XXXX colour too!
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Here is a variation on verde Inglese, used on my 1969 GT Junior 1300, fitted with 2L for semi-comp.

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Anrew, that's one nice looking GT - the decals definitely add to the comp look - how much work did you put into the car?

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the car has had a great deal of work but it was mostly done before I purchased it. It was built for classic rallies etc but the car was a very good car to start with. Now has 2L engine with 45's, c/r gearbox, LSD, 7 x 14 panasports, comp seat, adj suspension, extractors and stainless exhaust etc.
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'74 GTV Le Mans Blue AR348, back on the road after a 2 year restro.
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AndyW, there's nothing nicer than seeing these cars restored as beautifully as yours (and some of the others posted on this thread).....great job! Where did you purchase the wheels?

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thanks Rossano for the comments, the wheels came from www.Classicalfa.com, they are the 6.5j GTA Replica's

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Blimey Andy, I saw a car just like this at Ian Ellis's at the weekend!

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if it had been red, you could have been mistaken !

Ian, is giving her the final finishing touches to a life back on the open road , where she (and all other old Alfa's) deserves

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Nice GTV! Can you tell me what mods you've done, apart from removing the bumpers?

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Pics from last summer. Posted before but lost from the site. Now shes got yellow konis, IAP springs and new bushings (diff - t-bar). Feels like a new car.
verde olivo metallizato no 213. Note the 156s that we met by coincidence. Like them too.
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Is this a 2000 GTV or 1750 GTV? The real trunk lid carries the 1750 emblem.?

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