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231hp at the rear wheels
Thats great! Whats been done to the 24V to get that? Are you running some performance cams?

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Milano friends meet for the first time!
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LOL LOL LOL.

That's a cool pic, since you ended up buying the blue car almost 3 years later. Now the blue one is low, and the red one is high!

1987 Milano Platinum - check for many new items. [B][COLOR="Red"][URL="http://alfabb.com/bb/forums/showthread.php?t=42980"]PARTING OUT[/URL][/COLOR][/B]

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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Love the look of your car Needs an few engine mods

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i really want a milano now.

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Love the look of your car Needs an few engine mods
Mods= modification ?
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i really want a milano now.

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The Milano roll...Italian Sushi?

Best milano pic of all time! On the full size of this pic, both the driver and I look as if we're worried about 'er capsizing. Fellow BB member at the same autoX from page 2.

The second one is Louis' car, yet again. I wanted to show 75evo that RSR coilovers will allow some roll.
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1987 Milano Platinum - check for many new items. [B][COLOR="Red"][URL="http://alfabb.com/bb/forums/showthread.php?t=42980"]PARTING OUT[/URL][/COLOR][/B]

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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Best milano pic of all time! On the full size of this pic, both the driver and I look as if we're worried about 'er capsizing. Fellow BB member at the same autoX from page 2.

The second one is Louis' car, yet again. I wanted to show 75evo that RSR coilovers will allow some roll.

I don't understand ingilsh very well, but what do you mind?
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Thumbs up Rep the white

Actually these pics have almost made my mind up to lower it! (its on a bit of a slope so that doesn't help either)




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Here comes the "Blatta" on a roll down "The Slide" at the Reno Fernley Track last year. Car can roll all it wants as long as I can keep up with whats in front of me.
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Here is mine..

I bought this Milano about 9 years ago from the original owner when it had somewhere around 200,000 miles on the clock. Only work that I have really done to the car is lowered it (ridiculously so), put a full Ansa exhaust on it, replaced the brake lines to braided steel, yellow Koniís on all four corners, rebuilt the brakes (replaced ABS for normal) and trans. Found a set of Euro lights for the car, as well as the grill. For anyone considering replacing the lights, this is the way to go. Before installing I was using the high beams for normal driving with nobody aware. Now Iím getting flashed with just the low beams because the 90/130ís seem to be a bit bright to others!

The engine has not been opened for over 200,000 miles or so, with the first time being the original owner just to see what has worn. Still starts within 1 second of cranking, and burns very little oil. Not bad for a $5,000 buy!
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Milano friends meet for the first time!
sharp red milano.

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