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post #3511 of 5092 (permalink) Old 04-16-2011, 05:14 PM
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Phyzul, did your car come with the twin spark head or did you source it elsewhere? What else has been done to it? It is a beautiful car.

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1990 75 3 litre Potenziata (grey, sadly deceased due to fire).
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post #3512 of 5092 (permalink) Old 04-16-2011, 05:27 PM
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Nicola... You're right, it's not "ordinary" at all. I am amazed at what Alfaholics has been able to create. It's 216 bhp on a 925 kg car and it grips amazingly well.
Somehow I knew that!! We tried to keep up with David Munro (69Alfa) in his Spider "Jr", similarly powered, last summer on the pre-convention tour in Maryland prior to AlfaCentury. Gotta love that power:weight ratio!!!
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Phyzul, did your car come with the twin spark head or did you source it elsewhere? What else has been done to it? It is a beautiful car.
Oz3litre... The TS head did not come with the original car but was a separately sourced donor. To list all the bits added during development would be too long. But the essentials are TS engine + Alfaholics Trackday Blue Suspension Kit + SS Full Exhaust + Competition LSD + new fuel tank + interior work.
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Some additional photos...
WOW phyzul...
Do not tell my wife... but I just cheated on her in my mind with your car!!

Beautiful ride!!

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Your secret is safe, James! And thanks!
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post #3516 of 5092 (permalink) Old 04-18-2011, 01:56 AM
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update ...

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Awesome car Physul

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Bought myself some Toyo R888s tires for a planned NŁrburgring trip later this week.
The rims are 15x6,5" CitroŽn items, ET=27mm and I only had to enlarge the hub diameter hole from 65mm to 70mm - piece of cake
The bolts are 4x108mm.

I fitted the Sparcos and polished the paint ... and I am READY for some 'Ringing!!
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Nice! Too bad we don't have CitroŽns here in the U.S. that we can grab wheels from!

1983 Spider Veloce, 1987 Milano Platinum (sold), 1974 Spider Veloce (sold), 1973 Ford Ranchero, Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3
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Per... looks ready!

Re wheels: I had heard... i think on this site... use of wheels off of a SAAB.?.?
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omg, these are some sweet pics!
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post #3522 of 5092 (permalink) Old 04-24-2011, 03:47 AM
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Thanks.

I couldn't get hold of Saab rims this time, and I noticed that the CitroŽn shares some of the important dimension ... and not least that the ET dimension gives a wider track

Just returned from a 2,300 km roundtrip to the NŁrburgring last night.

The car ran well ...

(added 2 photos: one is from the trackday and one is from what they call 'tourist driving' - I think you can spot the difference )
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post #3523 of 5092 (permalink) Old 04-28-2011, 02:06 PM
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My '65 Giulia 1600 Super with new wheels








'65 Giulia 1600 Super- '03 156 GTA Sportwagon 3.2 V6 24v
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Beautiful car!

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post #3525 of 5092 (permalink) Old 04-28-2011, 05:54 PM
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Everything that a first series Super should be !!
Love the stance with your new springs. I wonder if Eibach here in the US has the same parts. My Super is still a little high ;^)
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