No i wish (I like the old style look with that great wheel that went with them), it's a 69 and came with the two individual gauges, with fuel, water and oil pressure combined. Just need a ally crimp end for the tacho cable, apparently i can get it fixed.
Yes, did the 155 belt change plus the water pump. Also fitted a repair kit to the variator. It now works well with no start up rattle. The cam locks were easy to fit, so we know the timing is spot on. The engine is running a treat now. It took about 4 hours of work to complete the job, that is with two of us.
I remember this on TradeMe a while back and then spoke to David H when he came to look at the 90. He mentioned then he was going to sell a 75TS he had just bought. Good to see it go to a good Alfa home as so many TSs are getting broken up for their engines/LSDs these days.
Your one has very low kms if I remember correctly? Has to be one of the nicer ones around.
Agree re. the handling difference between the Alfetta GT/GTV and the TS. Really noticable driving the two cars down the same road/same speed one after the other.
I'm going to have to come out and have a look when I get my TS sometime?
PS I no longer need the brake removal thingy as I have decided to get rid of the 90 one way or another.