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This is what mine looks like
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Mine is the ugliest Milano in the thread so far, and probably for the rest of the thread:





Hanging the tail out, PRE-sway bars, dropped spindles - lots of LCA angle!

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1987 Milano Platinum - check for many new items. [B][COLOR="Red"]
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1989 Verde - Harsh shocks and SS rears, 27mm torsion bars, stainless lines, pads, 16X7.5 rims, 4.10 rebuilt platinum tranny, poly bushes, and RSR 28mm front and 25.4mm adjustable sways!

1984 GTV-6 - 80K miles

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Daily driver and race car - both original rust free CA cars. Red verde with stock 3.0, race car with 164S 3.0 engine.
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87 Milano 3.7 24v - race car - Running again after 3 year hibernation...
(Repeating what I suggest or do, is at your own risk - be critical)

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Grant-
yours is probably the ugliest (i wont debate it), but is it the slowest?

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My Verde from a car show.
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'75 Giulia Nuova Super 1300 Blu Olandese
'71 Euro Berlina 2000 (on a restoration process)
'85 GTV6 Nero
'87 Milano Verde
'87 Milano Platinum

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I hope not! When are you coming out to a track event?

Giorgio,

what wheels are those? They look a bit like OZ Cups.

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1989 Verde - Harsh shocks and SS rears, 27mm torsion bars, stainless lines, pads, 16X7.5 rims, 4.10 rebuilt platinum tranny, poly bushes, and RSR 28mm front and 25.4mm adjustable sways!

1984 GTV-6 - 80K miles
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Grant,

Those are Team Dynamics Motorsport 15" anthracite color.

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'75 Giulia Nuova Super 1300 Blu Olandese
'71 Euro Berlina 2000 (on a restoration process)
'85 GTV6 Nero
'87 Milano Verde
'87 Milano Platinum

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Grant, you lost the ugly Milano contest to the GODFATHER of the Bay Area Milano Mafia, Nizam!
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LOL!!!

I think you might be right about that one. I'll just have to put up some pics with Jes' lightweight bumpers then, complete with newly-rusted chicken mesh and bare fasteners!

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1984 GTV-6 - 80K miles
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these are all beautiful examples - keep them coming!

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BTW 75evo, your body roll is looking very tame there. I dunno why mine keels over. Maybe it's my big head.

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1984 GTV-6 - 80K miles
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Re: 1987 Milano Platinum - check for many new items. PARTING OUT

If still available, I want the 3 inner door panels for my wife's Gold. Please PM contact. thanks.
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You got a little carried away with the red paint & and the fog lamps look wrong,yellow indicators look ordinary red is best.Did you really need that extra boot wing ?
apart from that you have the best looking 75 (Milano) posted to date.

Alfa 75 2.5 Auto(Red)
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Alfa GTV6 SA 3.3 AHMotorsport 226.3 Hp ATW (Grey).

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...heck is the &@$! digital camera when you need it!!!

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I got this last year for free with 90 something thousand mls on it, Had not been started since 02, changed Battery and fluids, fitted a battery isolator to cure Battery drain problem, Intended keeping it for a couple of months, Never even considered an Alfa before that no offence but to be honest I thought they were **** but after nearly 9 months of relentlessly trying to break it I have to conceed that I cant, I absolutly love it, and recently without doing anywork on it it sailed through my countries very strict car testing with the exception of wiperblade condition and headlight dip allignment, the mechanic testing it stopped other inspectors testing other vehicles and spent a long time underneath it pointing at the mechanical layout with shocked and confused expressions on their faces.....

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