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Recently had mine lowered with Classic Alfa suspension and bushes, and Alfaholics GTA style wheels, and Bridgestone RE003s. What a difference to the handling!
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Recently had mine lowered with Classic Alfa suspension and bushes, and Alfaholics GTA style wheels, and Bridgestone RE003s. What a difference to the handling!


Nice, how much lower is that? 3-4cm?
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Recently had mine lowered with Classic Alfa suspension and bushes, and Alfaholics GTA style wheels, and Bridgestone RE003s. What a difference to the handling!
Looking really good I'd like a set of those rims

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The GT shape is simply unbeatable...
Sorry for the poor picture quality. Pic got resized during upload an turned out that way...
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Gee, maybe I should restore my GTV instead of selling it? I really need to learn to stay away from this thread . . .

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The 1969 GTV and why we ran away from western PA:
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At least you put the 'good' cars in the garage.....

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Crikey... thatís fantastic. I want paint like that!

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Nice, how much lower is that? 3-4cm?
Thanks- about 40mm. The front has 10mm spacers while there are none in the rear. When it was finished and came down off the hoist, the guys who did the work just smiled and discussed how good it looked for about 15 mins!

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Looking really good I'd like a set of those rims
Thanks Spydaman. I'm really pleased with them and the tyres too! Excellent grip and handling.

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I found this Alfa setting in a farmers field 20 years ago. After bugging him for 3 months straight he finally broke down and sold it to me. It was in need of a complete restoration but had very little rust. For the first 17 years I had to be patient and finish the restoration projects I had ahead of it. I finally was able to start on it and did a nut and bolt bare metal restoration that i finished and drove for the first time on May 10th of this year. That just happens to be my birthday so it was a present well worth waiting for. It runs and drives so nice and I now drive it daily.
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now that's a birthday present, sweet!

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