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Here are some pics of my 164 Celebrity race poster that I got with the S that I bought in Texas. To the right you will see my 1977 Star wars calender and the days are the same as this year.
 

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And the video to match.....

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In dutch though........

Arjen

164 TD and Q4
 

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Nice! Turns into a bit of a demolition derby!

Look at how well they handle in the rain. Any info on if they were stock or has any modifications? I see some are sporting the B model hub caps...
 

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And notice the "blacked out" foglight deletes. I would actually like to get my hands on some of those. I almost never use my fogs and hate spending the money to constantly replace them WHEN they get broken.
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And notice the "blacked out" foglight deletes. I would actually like to get my hands on some of those. I almost never use my fogs and hate spending the money to constantly replace them WHEN they get broken.
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Charles, here you go! And it's very cost-effective :)

 

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But Alfa had a much more elegant solution than 100 mph tape. ;)
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Hey thanks, I actually did go eBay hunting for some, without luck. One side is a start anyway. ;)
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You can also find someone parting out a 164 without fog lights and buy one that way.

I have a guy who I just sold a 164 to and he may be up for a trade?
 

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Just get some black vinyl from something like a flimsy 3-ring binder/notebook and cut out some blank off covers and use Auto/Shoe Goo in a tube to glue them over broken remains of old fogs. I did that for a guy so he could get car through state inspection. Looks good and matches lower spoiler pretty well.
 

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Well, the cool part is that you don't have to shell out a lot of dough for broken fogs, they are a thick glass that shatter every time they get hit with a rock. It's a bit of a money pit.
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I guess one _could_ put a bit of plexiglas or lexan in front of them to protect them from rocks. Either that or stop driving your car in 4x4 enduro runs (yeah, but it's a price I can pay).
 
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