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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 05:13 AM Thread Starter
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ULTRA-RARE Set of 7J (!) x 14" Maifrini Mille Miglia's mag/alu alloy

Im re-offering this set but this time with possibilities for shipping almost all over the world!

For sale an extremely hard to find, almost unique, set of magnesium aluminium alloy Maifrini's in 7J width. There hasn't been a second, similar set on the market for years..

Where the "standard" 5,75J or 6J version is already a rare sight, these 7J's are exceptionally rare! Due to the extra width they have more contrast and depth in the design which makes them even more beautiful. Maybe even nicer than those on the Lamborghini Miura.. Also, it makes them more suitable for a wider range of tires.

The wheels are recently powder coated and have a BRAND NEW - set of tires fitted on to them. These wheels are ready to be bolted on and to be enjoyed.
Can ship to almost all over the world! Shipping costs and details tbd.
Set can be bought with or without tires.
If interested please sent me an PM
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Just double checking: did you receive my reply?
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Very nice! Someone should go and get that STAT!

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Hello Peter,
Have sent you a pm.
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PM sent. but are they mag or aluminum?
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Crikey! They should be in the women and Alfa’s thread!

I’d grab them, but I don’t need the tyres.... (and I’m in the wrong country)

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they are aluminum
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Definitely belong on a Montreal. I’d cross-post to that forum.

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Hello Peter,

I have not received a reply from you yet.

please let's take this to:

alberto.guirola at gmail.com

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Hi, that's weird. I already replied twice to your messages. They didn't dame through? I'll sent you an e-mail instead then.
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From the info that I found, and from a previous debat here on AlfaBB where others contributed a lot, I would say it's a Magnesium/aluminim alloy. So both..
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From the info that I found, and from a previous debat here on AlfaBB where others contributed a lot, I would say it's a Magnesium/aluminim alloy. So both..
I have a 14x5.75 set, they fizzle nicely under vinegar. Definitely a mag+alu alloy.

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mag/alum perhaps. i have a set of on my car MMs on my gtv for 28 years. unlike yours mine are unpainted they way they came from the manufacturer. i still shows no signs of corrosion.

i have vintage campys and cromodoras and bbs e50 mg wheels in dry heated storage. they show signs of corrosion on the unpainted faces just sitting indoors. if the MM really are mg its content percentage must be minuscule

never the less 7x14 MM are to die for!
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