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07-16-2019 09:22 PM
Racer_Lobb
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Originally Posted by 66ScalinoGTV View Post
Thanks!

185/70HR15 VREDESTEIN SPRINT CLASSICs on 15x7" Alfaholic's GTA Wheels. They are stretched .5" over the rims. This was done intentionally to give them that vintage balloon look.

The car is also lowered on Eibach front springs (off a Porsche) ~1.5", ~.75" rear - Alfaholic's go fast springs.

Keep in mind, the car is a 66, so low arches help fill the wells.

Will consider this setup for my 1750 Series 1, Thank you!
07-16-2019 06:52 PM
66ScalinoGTV
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Originally Posted by Racer_Lobb View Post
Really loving the period look on you car! What are the tyre profile? Are they 15" or 14"?
Thanks!

185/70HR15 VREDESTEIN SPRINT CLASSICs on 15x7" Alfaholic's GTA Wheels. They are stretched .5" over the rims. This was done intentionally to give them that vintage balloon look.

The car is also lowered on Eibach front springs (off a Porsche) ~1.5", ~.75" rear - Alfaholic's go fast springs.

Keep in mind, the car is a 66, so low arches help fill the wells.
07-16-2019 06:42 PM
Racer_Lobb
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Originally Posted by 66ScalinoGTV View Post
I stretched a narrow tire over a wider rim. It gives it that old school look and helps hide the wheel well gap.
Really loving the period look on you car! What are the tyre profile? Are they 15" or 14"?
06-12-2019 10:02 PM
Yachtman ****. Now I need a new set of wheels ����
06-10-2019 08:30 PM
66ScalinoGTV
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Originally Posted by Yachtman View Post
Ballooned the tires? My hood is cracked open while checking oil.
I stretched a narrow tire over a wider rim. It gives it that old school look and helps hide the wheel well gap.
06-10-2019 06:39 PM
Yachtman Ballooned the tires? My hood is cracked open while checking oil.
06-10-2019 05:42 PM
66ScalinoGTV
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Originally Posted by Yachtman View Post
Alfaholics 2-2.5 ? That gt sits so **** nice. I love my 88. Only 50K miles.
The rear measures out at 1.75". The illusion is a) it's a low arch car and b) I ballooned the tires about a half inch to fill the wells. It makes all the difference front and rear visually.

Nice e28 btw! I have the same stance on mine as the gtv and the 356. Once I found the look I liked I put it on all the cars.
06-10-2019 05:29 PM
Yachtman Alfaholics 2-2.5” ? That gt sits so **** nice. I love my ‘88. Only 50K miles.
06-10-2019 04:22 PM
66ScalinoGTV Yep. Heavily modified 87 535is. The GTV has the Alfaholic's go fast springs in the rear and Porsche Eibachs in the front.
06-10-2019 03:58 PM
Yachtman Is that an 88 bmw 5 series? And I know I asked, but let me again. Which springs did you put in that sweet ride?
06-10-2019 10:35 AM
66ScalinoGTV ...
06-09-2019 06:20 PM
66ScalinoGTV ...
06-09-2019 02:16 PM
Redmerlin
105s alive and well in the UK

At a quiet local village car show in the middle of middle England

Mint Mk1 alfa 1750 GT
Immaculate Spint GT GTA replica
My Mk1 1750 GT race car

and a large American whale
06-05-2019 11:47 PM
servizio corsa
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Originally Posted by Home Built by J View Post
I have something very cool organised. Not everyone will like it, but I think it is going to be very cool.
Ive been enjoying your youtube chanel Jeff! Im going to take a stab and say you are dropping a 2600 motor in it??? (not sure it cant be done come to think of it!)
05-30-2019 02:40 PM
Home Built by J
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Originally Posted by Scalino1300 View Post
Great to see you starting on the GTV Jeff. I've been following your channel for about two years now and been waiting for you to start on the GTV and what the engine will be (guessing on a Busso).

The Z turned out very nice! Also looking forward to the 911 engine coming together
I have something very cool organised. Not everyone will like it, but I think it is going to be very cool.
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