Originally Posted by randyleepublic
Gee Gold Clover, you complement my poor rough edges 'fetta and then post pictures of that four-door Ferrari!
Where did you get the front spoiler? How is driving with it - do you have to be hyper-cautious? What about those wheels? 4-bolt? Brand?
Man that is a sweeeet looking car! Well maybe someday mine will almost look that good.
Oh, I just realized what you mean by "6c". Huh? Why? Why not just buy a 75 if you want a 6? How is the handling and steering?
Thanks for the nice comments! The front spoiler is an item i got here in Sydney from an Alfa shop called Autosprint. He had an original 75 Group A racecar item modified to fit the Alfetta front, it bolts on to the original bumper brackets. The bottom section is removable (just held on by wingnuts) but i just leave it on, you have to be mindful of it but you never scrape it when driving, you just have to take certain driveways at an angle.
The wheels are called Diablo Racers, 18" with 215/35/18 tires. Bargain... AUD$1300 with tires, they are 5 stud 5x98 as i have GTV6 brakes and hubs.
I dont think i would bother putting a V6 into an Alfetta myself, but i came across this one advertised a few years ago, but it was unregistered and it needed a lot of work (body and mechanical). Over the last 5 years i have transformed the car into what it is today.
It used to have power steering fitted – its an pretty easy job, just swap for a 75 rack, but it started to leak so I swaped back for now. The handling is just like a 75, its pretty much the same floor pan anyways, but a bit lighter, and better looking in my opinion! I used a black 75 carpet in the car because Alfetta carpets dont seem to be available and they always go a horrible faded brown colour as im sure you noticed