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    Default New 155Q4 entry from Belgium.... Small Body 1992....

    Hello there,

    This is my first post, so forgive me if it is not right on track....

    I do own my 155Q4 for about 5 years now; that's what I want to share.
    It's a 1992 Q4, very well maintained (italian Alfa Romeo garage collection).
    See for yourself when you scroll through the pictures.
    There has been a lot of little 'corrections' after a big service has been done before delivery i.e. electrical stuff (you know), rubbers, fuel pump, suspension arms,
    Pierburg boost-valve tubes, airco gauges, motor cooling resistance, cooling pipes and relays, etc...
    I manage to tackle all things except for motor-leaks and suspension problems.... (I call it the 'heavy stuff' - for which I have a real specialist on my side).

    Hope you enjoy the pictures as I do.
    Any question or remark is very welcome.

    kind regards,
    Frank.
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    Hi Frank,
    Welcome! That looks like a great example! Keep us posted on your progress. They are all of that age where anything made of rubber perishes and plastic snaps!
    Jack

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    Hi Frank,
    The car look good and look like it gets attention . Wow, what a number plate, is it real
    One performance car is not enough ...
    Alfa Romeo GTV 2.0 V6 TB Q2

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    Hi Frank!


    Gongratulations to your Q4 and welcome to the forum.

    Your number plate is really cool.


    Best wishes from Austria!
    Christian

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    Hello guys,

    Thank you for replying.
    The number plate is real, indeed.... personalized and with an oldtimer vignette; that's the belgian way to personalize an oldtimer-plate. The combination has a lot of attraction regularly by enthousiasts...

    The car had a leak on the valve cover, (corner) which became worse since last year. So 2 weeks ago, I decided to bring the car at a "Lampredi 2.0" specialist.... :-)
    He did race with cars like the Fiat Coupe etc, so... he knows what he's doing I guess :-) (http://www.mondial-motorsport.com)

    Replace cambelt, replace camshaft seals preventively and the usual stuff... just to make sure.... and to have a complete dry garage/storage floor again too :-)
    He advised for a Dayco belt, so I followed his remark.

    hear from you next time,
    Frank.
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