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Tremere613, these aren't actually early hubcaps, they are quite late in the timeline & could have been fitted either to stock Alfetta steel wheels or Alfasud wheels.

The later 2 liter 105 cars used similar hubcaps with a plastic badge instead of a pressed metal badge with a 108 PCD

116 Series Alfetta's used a 98 PCD with a pressed metal badge like yours

I'd suggest you measured the PCD of yours, that will tell you what wheels they fit

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Tremere613, these aren't actually early hubcaps, they are quite late in the timeline & could have been fitted either to stock Alfetta steel wheels or Alfasud wheels.

The later 2 liter 105 cars used similar hubcaps with a plastic badge instead of a pressed metal badge with a 108 PCD

116 Series Alfetta's used a 98 PCD with a pressed metal badge like yours

I'd suggest you measured the PCD of yours, that will tell you what wheels they fit

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