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09-08-2019 06:33 AM
Ray 911S Backto, let’s see the interior! Your car looks brilliant.
09-07-2019 08:13 PM
Backto105
UPDATED PICS - 1974 2000gtv Dutch Blue

Bumpers refitted, all new rear bushes, new donut, new center bearing support, gearbox mount, engine mounts. Also all new interior including new sun-visors!
09-07-2019 06:18 PM
101/105guy
1967......

Still blasting along!
09-07-2019 05:48 PM
Ray 911S Fresh scrub and polish this afternoon.
08-29-2019 04:37 PM
GTA R Simon, looks fantastic, much better with the 13" wheels, enjoy !
Steve
08-29-2019 03:52 PM
simon johnson
Update - new wheels for 2019

This year I have finally got around to changing my 15 inch GTAm wheels for 13 inch ones, in an attempt to make my widebody GTA replica look a bit more 'period' and a bit less modern!

I'm pleased with the results, and also with the upgraded brakes and lightweight rear suspension that were added at the same time...

Here are a few pics from this year's Lancia Motor Club trackday at Goodwood...

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Cheers,

Simon
08-29-2019 01:58 PM
Aggie57 Wide steel wheels like that with sticky rubber is not a good combination. We had several fail on the track when 'R' rated tyres came along, the centres pulled out. Even relatively new wheels on cars used occasionally. As result they quickly got banned at most track days in Australia.
08-28-2019 09:33 PM
silver105 Hi 101 105 guy,

yeah that look similar but they are new from a company called Corsa Steelies. They make to a range of size options including the correct centre bore rather than having to machine the Saab ones.

Ive been considering them for a while but want to have a look at how they look from another angle and also try to work out what size will fit etc. Could probably just go with the same size and offset as the Alfaholics wheels but was also thinking of maybe going half an inch wider if they will fit. Maybe 15 x 7.5.
08-28-2019 07:48 PM
101/105guy Probably Saab wheels.
08-28-2019 05:50 PM
silver105 Does anyone know whos car this is. Im keen to know what the wheel specs are and possible get another couple of images of them onthe car. Looks great in this shot.

Cheers

Tim
08-08-2019 05:06 AM
spydaman
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New home out of the city
Really like that colour and great piccy.
08-08-2019 04:57 AM
BostonBertone New home out of the city
07-16-2019 09:22 PM
Racer_Lobb
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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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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"?
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