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Originally Posted by davbert View Post
I agree with most of it with the exception of shallow.

here is the dictionary definition of shallow meaning: 1. having only a short distance from the top to the bottom



no not 69 S1 1750 mine or any S2 1750 that ive ran across in the last 40 yrs
Alfaholics is using the term shallow arch for the late chassis 68-77. See https://www.alfaholics.com/parts/105...ar-wheel-arch/

and have a look at their rear fender offerings discriptions.

I assume they are measuring from the fender line or beltline down to the wheel arch. So Shallow would be a short distance (as in late chassis) and deep would be a greater distance as in the early chassis.

Classic Alfa uses one of the other terms mentioned in this thread. High and low.

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