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i have a nice set of genuine alfa romeo mudflaps and just wondering what the general thought is regarding the fitting of mudflaps on a classic car.

they are a genuine and top quality item with the alfa logo stamped on them and have a strong quality bolt on clamp system that doesnt require any holes to be drilled.
 

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well if your granddad is going to be driving the car, then go for it...haha just kidding:p Seriously though I think it depends on the car. Show us some pictures of the car with and without...then we'll let you know...
 

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I've got a similar set in the garage, they're NOS, I'll stick them on ebay when I get around to it, as I don't think the GTV needs mudflaps!
 

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I had a few sets of alfa mudflaps.
I looked at them for many years.
One day,I cut out the alfa logos and took them home for beer coasters.
My young children also liked playing with them.
I still currently have them.

Robert
 

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I like Robert's idea - cut out the logos and use them for coasters. Besides, there's so little overhang on an Alfasud that debris would just land on the car behind you...
 
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