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post #151 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-08-2004, 01:56 PM
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ossidiseppia: You really need to remove that little car in your signature, f**ks up the forum big time... :P
Boy, some people won't let anybody have any fun!

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post #152 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-08-2004, 03:26 PM
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ERR? How does it f**k up the forum?
HAHA he got on your case about your sig also huh? Some people are just bored and have nothing to do so they just complain.

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i was wondering if anyone had any pics of 16x7 panasports on a car. i wont to put some on my 69 berlina to accomidate the 12.75 rotors i wont to put on but have yet to see any

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post #154 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-10-2004, 08:04 AM
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Wow that looks GOOD! Could you check. Are they heavy?

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I'll look at 'em when I get home tonight....I drove the Spider today!! (Sunny and 79 degrees!)

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7x15" ET35 Speedlines + 195/60 Dunlop.

No adaptation needed.
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I believe those are european Ford RS wheels. I think they came in PDC 108 5.5X13 and 7x13 and wider versions for touring car racing in the late 60's and 70's. I've also seen them on the early carpri's and escorts. I like them alot...very period correct but the diameter is a little small. I had 13X8 BWA and there was clearence issues with the front calipers of the monster size stock alfa 105 brakes....lol


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Cheers alfaholics,

Well Im gonna take this opportunity and see if I can get some information on these wheels I have on the GTV Im restoring here in Brazil. I believe they came as original "sports" wheels on our GTVs at the time. Most GTVs I have seen here have them but in all my searches throughout the internet, I havent seen one of these on GTVs in the US, Europe or Australia. Anybody know anything about them?
I thank your help.
Regards from Brazil
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post #158 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-11-2004, 08:16 AM Thread Starter
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Rob,

I looked............They are Cromodora Wheels! I think they are heavier then originals but I don't race competitivly so it doesn't really matter!!
It's all about "fashion before function"
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Yup, I don't drive 9/10th of the cars performance level like alot of others claim to do, so I might as well try to look good!!

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7x15" ET35 Speedlines + 195/60 Dunlop.

No adaptation needed.
Nice! Any other pics?

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Probably next week.

When I am back from a trip to Italy.

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And best of all: 3000 Berlina Km's

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Melber major 6Jx14, 1975. Taken after day out, needs a good clean.
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post #164 of 886 (permalink) Old 09-21-2004, 08:20 PM
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The GTV6 has wheels from a '85(?) GTV6 w/Yokohama:205/60R15/90H
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But will soon have the Verde Phonedial wheels w/ Dunlop:195/55r15/85v
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Still need to get them balanced
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The top 2 photos are wheels from an '86 GTV/6 and Milano Platinums and early Verdes, known as the "wineglass" style. The '85s had the Speedline Metric wheels with Michelin TRX tires.

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