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05-01-2019 09:35 AM
benjoys02
wheels

nothing but good old campys!
05-01-2019 07:50 AM
Gordon Raymond I think there may be others on this thread. They are not seen a lot, but do look nice painted silver on the GT's.
05-01-2019 04:38 AM
Gregg822 They were made by Personal very light weight. I don't know if I like them as well as the GTA wheels but they are different. I have never seen another set like them.
04-30-2019 07:06 AM
Gordon Raymond NICE! I like them!
04-30-2019 06:54 AM
Gregg822 How do you like these?
04-24-2019 05:33 AM
spirito TZ/Giulia Ti replica's.
04-23-2019 06:58 AM
bellagt
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Originally Posted by Jcptillman View Post
These were on my 74 spider when I bought it.

I have not been able to find any information on them except that they have been on the car since at least 1977.
If you find out any information, let me know. I've been asking "experts" for years and the closest answer seems to be Lows. However, the hexagon pattern wheels we have don't have the Lows manufacturing casting marks like the pentagon patterned ones.
04-23-2019 06:21 AM
duemila
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Originally Posted by tirefriar View Post
Funny, I am not a fan of silver exterior yet 2 of my last cars both sport silver. Berlinas look great in any color, yet silver makes these cars really pop! Very nice example.
Thanks
04-21-2019 04:30 PM
tirefriar
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Originally Posted by duemila View Post
Thanks - I was looking for one in dark blue, but then fell in love with that silver


[QUOTE=71super;8403116]That's a great pic, and one of the nicest colors I've seen on a Berlina. Really tidy.
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Funny, I am not a fan of silver exterior yet 2 of my last cars both sport silver. Berlinas look great in any color, yet silver makes these cars really pop! Very nice example.
04-21-2019 03:46 PM
duemila Thanks - I was looking for one in dark blue, but then fell in love with that silver


[QUOTE=71super;8403116]That's a great pic, and one of the nicest colors I've seen on a Berlina. Really tidy.[/QUOTE]
04-21-2019 02:01 AM
71super That's a great pic, and one of the nicest colors I've seen on a Berlina. Really tidy.

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I have TZ style 15'' on my Berlina, and love the look
04-20-2019 02:34 AM
duemila I have TZ style 15'' on my Berlina, and love the look
10-04-2018 11:28 AM
Del 16 inch Borbet Type E on both 164, as they are ok looking on the car, not over the top, and easy to clean.

The Milano has the 15 inch Verde wheels since our 89 came new with the Verde rear spoiler, so why not?
10-04-2018 09:49 AM
vintagemilano 14" Momo Vegas on my 77 spider. The trick is finding a fun tire for the odd autocross.
09-10-2018 08:55 AM
Zinhead
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Originally Posted by planetmojo2 View Post
In the 1981-'86 GTV6 production runs, there were three rim designs. 1981-'84--- Campagnolos. 1985--- TRX 'phone dials' (metric). 1986--- Speedline 'wine glasses'. Altho, all of these are reasonably attractive and worked with the body shape... I have always been sweet on the phone dials, styling-wise. The problem with these rims is they are metric! Coker purchased the tooling for the TRX tires, so they are still available as new. But, the tire price has climbed to a level that would dissuade most buyers, and the tire construction technology is exactly what it was in 1985.
The following company sells a wheel similar in design to the TRX phone dials.

AR TD ? Ntm Wheels

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