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    Default 1994 Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 Q4 Turbo

    1994 Alfa Romeo 155 2.0 Q4 Turbo (2012-09-19 21:59:48)

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    Lovely car!
    Love the body kit!

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    I'd say a rear spoiler would finish that off a treat.

    Whats the grey area on the roof?
    1994 Alfa Romeo 155 Q4: Dozeing in the garage.
    2009 Audi A4 tdi: Everyday drive.
    1994 Alfa Romeo 155 , 1995cc Std Standard Black

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    @alfajack
    thanks:-)

    @steve
    unfortunately the car has some bad repaired hail damage on the roof. the paint falls of. if "fixed it wih gaffer tape :-/.. i already changed the bonnet and the boot lid (with the original lester spoiler :-) ) the whole car will be resprayed soon so it will look like new
    also want to fit a sabelt roll cage and some racing seats. already removed the whole interior..
    update coming soon...

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    Ahh, explains things. My dads car had some hail damage earlier in the year, luckily it was all sorted out without needing to respray the car.

    Is it going to be resprayed in Alfa Red (Pink) ?
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    yes it will be repainted in the original colour "rosso alfa 130". same colour as now.. the wheels are going to be painted black for more aggressive looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfista155 View Post
    the wheels are going to be painted black for more aggressive looks
    Careful saying that around Jack, he'll start saying that white wheels on a red car is the way to go.
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    There is no other way.

    At least when painted black they will look cleaner for longer..

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    Lovely looking car
    Do like the kit
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    thanks chris!
    @steve / jack. we will see nothing is decided yet...perhaps the wheels are going to be white. friend of mine got white o.z. supertourismo which look good on his red 155. yours looks very nice too jack

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    some update:
    the Q4 is getting a full bodywork treatment.. i removed the lester bodykit and added a very rare hormann font splitter
    the wohle car gets now converted to widebody.
    it is still in very good shape. 98tkm on the clock nocw.
    as soon as i'm finished with the body-conversion it's getting a fully respray in Alfa red
    cheers
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    Good work!
    I have the same mirrors as you - how did you mount them!?
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    Thanks mate. I bought my mirrors secondhand. Thy came with screws bolted in. The screws fit the original/stock holes in the doors. Your mirrors look much nicer than mine do. mine are not full carbon, just black fibreglass reinforced plastic

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    Thanks!
    Mine are just "plain"... nothing to bolt on. I vill think of something...!
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    That is in very nice condition under the skin from what I can see!

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    Thanks Jack. Yes it is. I knew it is good but was surprised when i removed the rear body panels. Zero rust. I test-fitted the wb panels. A few mods to do in the wheel arches but nothing too serious i think
    after years of searching i finally found a Hörmann strutbrace and the adjustable Konis for the rear axle
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    Update..
    widebody rear panels and doors test fitted.
    tubular manifold will be installed within the next few days
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