Yeah you better wink Gen. because I know you got your interior from a Veloce. Any other mods planned to make it look like a real Veloce? Have you put the three bar grill on yet?generaljimt said:Funny Kai, but that "real" 67 veloce interior looks just like my real 64 interior.
Thanks Pete, but she looks much better in pictures than in person. One benefit of a white paint job. She needs more than just tidying up actually. I'll have to address several small dings and minor rust spots. I also need to locate new rubber gaskets for the wind shield and rear window.PSk said:Such a lovely original example. My vote is to leave the original engine in and tidy her up ... will be a rare car once finished.
Your car and all, but there are heaps of GTV's with hot 2 litre engines in them ...
And this car was owned by an Alfa God ...
67GTV said:They're only 4.5" wide and 15" in diameter. The brand name is Firsat.
I mistakenly thought that you had upgraded your Sprint GT to a 2 liter. We never did get to see any shots of your engine or interior Gen.generaljimt said:The beauty of owning an Alfa is that mods are appreciated. I do believe in keeping the correct engine and tranny series together, but to put speakers in the map pockets by the foot wells (as in your car and in mine) is not frowned upon. In fifty years, I don't think either one of us will have the equivalent of a P2, therefore, originality, although interesting, will not make either one of us rich. So don't worry about the Ford Galaxy antenna, and I won't worry about missing the three bar grill!!
This does not read clear. I meant that the rim is wider than the tyre.PSk said:For the best handling the tyre wall should be as straight as possible, infact for racing most people fit tyres on to rims that are TOO wide. This reduces sideway flex and improves direction change response time.