OMG!!the black one is mine.
My friend, that is true beauty! I love the wheels...they really are fantastic wheels for ANY 105 series car. The stance, color, lines...to me, it looks perfect! Well done!I got my Giulia on the road again...I am quite pleased with the result and find the wheels a really nice match to the car - opinions!!??
Actually, now. I must confess, this was not an original idea. I saw the cover of an 70's Road and Track magazine with a care from Stuttgart, a 911 done in metallic silver with the stripes. After my ex crashed my red spider, I decided to do the repair in a pearl white with candy painted stripes. It was truly an eye catcher.....Alfadawg.......
did you have trouble finding the Alfa in parking lots before you added the "Le Mans" stripe kit and gold wheels?
What is the color?I got my Giulia on the road again - after having a new 40% torsen LSD fitted - yet to try out on a track day and the carbs and/or timing need som adjustment. It hesitates a bit when giving it gas - even though I have rebuilt the carb during the winter.
So here is how it looks with the Alfaholics 7x15" GTA replicas fitted. It now runs 195/60 Pirelli P6000.
As it shows on the pictures, my '72 Guilia is lowered substantially rear and front. Nice profile/rake!!
Only issue I have had were solved very quickly - rear right hand outer had slight rub on the outer casing where tire meets the lip of the rear panel. Soled this by bending the panel out slightly - only needed another 2mm clearance.
On the front right the wheel rubbed, making it totally impossible to make a left hand turn - real head turner when we drove the car from one garage to the workshop - each corner had us stopping and reversing in order to make the turn.
Solved this by adjusting the camber of the wheel which has give enough clearance.
I am quite pleased with the result and find the wheels a really nice match to the car - opinions!!??