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Im restoring my 73 Berlin's. I picked up a 78 Alfetta for a spare engine (yes, I know the crank has to be drilled).
The Alfetta came with these 5 star Cromodoras. Should I keep them for the Berlina? I have a set of steelies and sombreros and a set of BWAs that I like.
Are the Cromodoras worth anything?
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The chromodoras from Alfetta have different bolt pattern than your Berlina's. However, certainly still worth keeping for someone as a full set.
 

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Fiats also have the Alfetta bolt pattern. They are definitely valuable, I would sell them to fund the restoration.
 

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Ok, thanks.
Off the Alfetta, I was thinking of keeping the engine, fuel pump, and now wheels. Is there anything else worth keeping...wiring harness and fuse box?
 

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Cromodoras are great rims for Alfettas!
I bought a set for my GT that I sold a few years back.
They cost about $800 twenty years ago.
Nice that these have these rare Alfa Center caps.
 

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Don't forget, Fiat (if its a 124) has 13 inch rims, these will be 14's.

I mean they'd still fit I guess ....

Cheers.
 
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Wheels sold thanks
 

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To clear things up, I'm not parting out this car, but everything is spoken for... Engine, wheels, transaxle, and the rest of it, all going to good homes.
 
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