I am in canada so unfortunately do not have the strong U.S dollar to work with, its roughly 74% on top of the UK price + shipping. Im sure for many here the few extra dollars is not a big issue but for me at the moment it is.
Really appreciate the suggestion for Wolf Steel, I called them and they seem honest enough. They mention that the Alfa parts are not stamped so will require a bit more fitting but I have to say I think its a option, im willing to wrestle with a bit of sheet metal. Supposedly they have tried to recently step of the quality and fit of the panels and if your not happy with the panels, items can be returned for a full refund.
I can have a friend pick up the parts in person and ship them to me which is a nice option. I will likely give wolf steel a shot for some bits even though I know I remember reading some not very favourable
reviews from some alfa projects but I still think its worth a try.
I will also look into the U.S suppliers and compare prices.
Thanks so much for the replies.
But let me GUESS; when you go to value or sell your "restored with Wolf Steel Panels GTV" it will be in USD.
Maybe you need to restore at a slow rate or wait.
Ken Geiger, Toronto
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