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post #2011 of 2586 (permalink) Old 08-11-2015, 11:07 PM
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Some pics from Malaysia

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Took her out for a more serious photoshoot. I just love this car.

















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72 2L GT Junior 73 2000 Spider. 2004 Alfa Romeo GT 3.2 V6.
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That's a beautiful green--and I normally don't like metallic colors.
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Gorgeous cars, keep them coming!
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Breaking in a new engine rebuild.
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Here is my Photo Dump
1974 GTV2000 originally navy blue going from burgundy back to a blue color. I'm trying to decide on tires for my 15x7 GTA wheels.
https://flic.kr/ps/352jeg

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Here is my Photo Dump
1974 GTV2000 originally navy blue going from burgundy back to a blue color. I'm trying to decide on tires for my 15x7 GTA wheels.
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Looks great! That's a lovely colour....
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Beautiful car! Would you mind me asking what model Sparco seats those are, as well as your experience with them?
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My 1750
Did you steal my car? I have exactly the same model and set up, she's been at the garage for 2 months and perhaps they have exported her to SA.....

Beautiful looking 1750. Nice to see you have the original 1750 badge on the boot and also to see one on steel wheels. I was going to fit GTA replicas to mine but the steel wheel look has really grown on me.
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Beautiful car! Would you mind me asking what model Sparco seats those are, as well as your experience with them?
These were put in the car by the previous owner - where do I find the info on the seats to tell you exactly what model they are?

For what it is worth, they hold you in pretty well - I am 6'1'' and 210lbs - not too hard either. I guess that I am pretty pleased with them - they are a lot more comfortable than the Kirkey seats I had in the super-7 I had before.

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The cars below do not make pretty pictures but they are 105's. A local club member passed to alfa wheredom this spring and a few of the local members are sorting through his 13 car or so collection for his wife. He had alfas and parts stored around town and we are tying to consolidate. There is a mix starting with early 60's spiders, GTs, 70's GTVs, Giulia and a lone series 3 spider. Historians may want to make note of the S/Ns of the outside cars.

The attached pic is a GT Jr stepnose. Some of the parts were stripped and stored inside but the pics represent an experiment in outside Alfa storage in the Southeast USA. They do not represent the collection, only the outside parts cars.
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A 1750 GTV. Not sure if the cost of inside storage would have paid for itself by now with the current value of GTVs--
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Another GTV
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