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Delivered this morning. 79 Alfetta GTV,one owner ,desert preserved,Campagonola America Wheels ,They were not much consideration when buying it. While ,I hear ,a common replacement back in the day,seems they may be sought after these days. They sure look great! Will send pics that can be viewed IF I can get resize program or whatnot,spent way too long today trying to figure it out. Got to spend time with the new baby.
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post #184 of 261 (permalink) Old 07-02-2013, 09:42 AM
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See the 916 wheels with 205/50/16 on my restored '83 - page 10 this forum.
These wheels come in two offsets: 30.5 and 35mm, mine are the 30.5 - I havn't been able to find the others. The fit in the rere wheel arches is really nice and visually satisfying; the situation at the front, again while visually satisfying is not so great in use - there's NVH, tramlining, bump steer and without the power steering (from a 75) steering at low speeds would be a quite a handful. These front wheel are presently in the machine shop having the offset increased - I have the expectation of improvement.
I think these wheels look great on the car and in these parts were not expensive - but remember the 916 was not in the Americas.
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I know this is an old thread but I am contemplating this question right now on my street driver, black 1986 GTV-6.

Right now I have the stock Milanos. But I have been lustily eying these black Ronal A-1s because they're classic but now more evil.

Another attractive choice in my opinion would be classic looking Testarossa / F40 type 5-stars. I saw Image does some after the F40s but I have heard mixed reviews on their wheels. Anybody else know of another manufacturer that would be better for these?

(I saw F40 5-stars on show GTV-6 once and they just fit. Like ricotta and ravioli.)
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I checked what was possible for the GTV6 in 7-8" X 17" which is a nice dimension. Then its a hard decision on which one to pick with regards to style. So here something I found which can fit. Choice of possible dimensions to order.

Of course if you want 15 or 16" wheels you will have to do another survey for those sizes.

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I likes that F40 5-star (mimmicks the Compomotive/HRE and old school Cromodora pattern!)... and I believe it was me who posted a few pages back that black GTV6 with the 3pc 5stars with the white/grey interior - awesome looking car. While I love the SZ Speedline wheel... just not a fan of the Ronal.

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Maybe the Dare F5 is suitable for the gentlemen!

https://www.wheelbasealloys.com/allo...silver/17-inch

Or OZ Racing

https://www.wheelbasealloys.com/allo...meo/75/5-studs

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Thats stolen from the SZ, not quite the same effect on the GTV6! Modelcar?

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Thats stolen from the SZ, not quite the same effect on the GTV6! Modelcar?

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Not a scale model if that is what you are asking. And these wheels were made by NTM Wheels in Italy specifically for the GTV-6 and 75 (Milano).

They also make wheels for the SZ if you want to go with larger diameter wheels, wider rims and/or different offset.

AR RZSZ ? Ntm Wheels
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That photo looked manipulated in some way, so I thought it was a photo of a model car

With regards to the NTM Wheels the Company looks very Professional, which normally demands a good price for the good quality. Their other wheels reminded med of Zito Wheels which also operate in the Ferrari-Maserati segment. And others, unfortunatly nothing for Alfa.

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This may help you choose:

3DTuning

Sadly they don't offer the SZ style wheel as an option, although they give you a lot of options on car color, wheel color, ride height (this is really cool) and other stuff.

I never said the NTW wheels were cheap. Forged three piece wheels seldom are.
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Ah, I am not the one looking for wheels here, Just helping with wheels I have found, and suggested here!

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