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Hi there, I'm new to the board and too familiar with the etiquette. I'm a proud new owner of a 67 Duetto. I've just started sorting the mechanics before taking on a bare metal restoration. I'm searching for a set of steel rims for her. Any leads or suggestions are welcomed
Thank you in advance,
Mick
 

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Most any 15" Alfa wheel steel with push on hubcaps (lugs) from the period will do. There were three different OEM suppliers from memory. Somebody more versed than me will be along in a minute to tell you if they should be 4.5 or 5.5" wide, I can't remember ... I think my subconscious buries these memories.

Start agonising over the correct paint colour now and save yourself some time.
Mine are wrong :)
 

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Most any 15" Alfa wheel steel with push on hubcaps (lugs) from the period will do.
Well yes, that's true. But here in the States, Alfas only came with 15", 105-style wheels during the (approximately) '64 - '67 period. Before that they were 750/101 style, and after that they were 14". If you can find wheels from a sedan or coupe of that era, they are identical to the wheels that originally came with your Duetto.
 
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