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someone told me this might be from a sprint..can anyone help id it?

looks to be in perfect condition except a small crack on the backside of one of the holes

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Passenger side floormat for 1600 GT, GTV, GTC (except very early cars and 1600 GTA's which didn't have the Alfa logo) and early 1750 GTV.
 

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I have a set of these for my 1750 GTV, are the floors meant to have an anchor point for the mats somewhere? My car's carpets were replaced a few years ago so there's no clue there.
 

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You should find two holes in the floor near the front of the seat. Do you have the propper chromed locating pins ?
 

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No, I haven't got any locating pins. Are the holes visible from beneath the car? This is interesting as i've NEVER seen them before!!

Any pics available?
 

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I will try and get a picture for you. I have the same mats.

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The studs I had in my car where Aluminum and not chromed. This was in both the 66 GT sprint V and the 64 Sprint 1600.


You should find two holes in the floor near the front of the seat. Do you have the propper chromed locating pins ?
 

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Yes the pins are treathed with a very corse thread. As i don't own the cars any more i can not help you with pictures and such. But there must be holes in the floor if the studs have been in there. So look for a screw in the floor being there without any reason than just to close the hole. Or look for a weld. They are right in front of the seat and you can see where they should be about as you lay your mat on the floor where it should be about.

good luck.
Best regards
Rob
 
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