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Ganz
post 25th August 2015 22:34
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Just thought I'd post the 145s I saw.

Starting with NAD 2015

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Nice stance on this one. See later on.

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I really liked this one. It had 16mm rear wheel spacers and 205 tyres. Really filled in the rear arches nicely.

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Nice

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Nice 20v conversion.

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post 26th August 2015 00:49
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My wheels look so dirty in the pics ohmy.gif


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post 26th August 2015 20:31
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QUOTE(JasonHillAO @ 26th August 2015 01:49) *
My wheels look so dirty in the pics ohmy.gif


Never seen wheels like these before. Where did you source them from

QUOTE(Ganz @ 26th August 2015 21:27) *
Never seen wheels like these before. Where did you source them from


What bhp are you getting from the engine? How long did it take to do the engine conversion.


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post 30th August 2015 15:41
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The wheels were from another Alfa owner for 80 posted without tyres.

The conversion wasn't done by me but the engine with suspension and subframe and gearbox and driveshafts etc all bolt in. Just the wiring that complicates things


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post 2nd September 2015 10:20
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Thanks Ganz, thats my car at the top, glad you liked it! Those spacers made such a difference especially with the 205's.

I'm still considering a 5 stud conversion so I can fit 16" teledials with 205 45's, but until then I'm pretty happy with the look.

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post 3rd November 2015 01:16
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QUOTE(Glen Horne @ 2nd September 2015 10:20) *
Thanks Ganz, thats my car at the top, glad you liked it! Those spacers made such a difference especially with the 205's.

I'm still considering a 5 stud conversion so I can fit 16" teledials with 205 45's, but until then I'm pretty happy with the look.

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What about this? Look like 17"s

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post 3rd November 2015 21:52
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some nice & very clean looking cars Guys worshippy.gif worshippy.gif
did i see a 146


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post 8th November 2015 23:05
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QUOTE(black 146 @ 3rd November 2015 21:52) *
some nice & very clean looking cars Guys worshippy.gif worshippy.gif
did i see a 146


Yes, it was the grey one. It had a really smart engine bay. Bit of a give away was the 146 badge on the battery.

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What about this? Look like 17"s


Have you still got the 145? What make spacers did you use?


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