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  • Terminator
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    I still have the cleaning bug but now I have to remove the hubs, brake backing plates and calipers and make them match the rest of the car.

    Prepsol, brushes and patience can work wonders.


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  • douglas
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    Terminator Thats a fine looking 105.

    hopefully get to see it in the flesh one day.

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  • mrar
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    Perfect.

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  • Terminator
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    Finished 2019-08-06 12.25.37.jpg

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  • marcus_cottrill
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    Looks new

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  • klasikcis
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    Lookin good Clyde.

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  • Terminator
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    last one IMG_0222.JPG

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  • Terminator
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    Almost complete back on the road just a bonnet to install, a few minor trim pieces and it's final polish.

    It seems quicker than any Porsche repaint I have done.

    The exhaust was a job and a half, alfas had a 2 piece exhaust originally but all you can buy is 4 piece so a lot of welding later we have a 2 piece
    exhaust like original.

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  • mario lanza
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    DSC_4369_70_71_outDoor+Car.jpg Yes a friend has one of two allegedly still in Victoria. A handmade riveted aluminium bodied special engined car - from a tuning house should not be compared with an ordinary dealer car! ! The step nose 1600 Guilia sprint veloce is fairly praised around the world know with cognoscenti pricing them highest - apart from the special production models ie. SS etc.

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  • Terminator
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    Originally posted by klasikcis View Post
    Clyde I see that CTS have 3 versions of the 105 currently in stock all priced at just under $109,995
    Ask Gus what he paid for his nice 1750

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  • Terminator
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    Originally posted by mario lanza View Post
    The 1600 Guilia Sprint Veloce stepnose of course is the jewel in the crown followed by the series 1 1750. Unfortunately the 2 litre series seem to be regarded as the g series due to lights and dash changes.
    No the GTA is the jewell in the crown and I preffer the series 2 1750 hate the lights sitting on top of the bumper bar on series 1 and no overriders

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  • klasikcis
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    Clyde I see that CTS have 3 versions of the 105 currently in stock all priced at just under $109,995

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  • mario lanza
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    The 1600 Guilia Sprint Veloce stepnose of course is the jewel in the crown followed by the series 1 1750. Unfortunately the 2 litre series seem to be regarded as the g series due to lights and dash changes.

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  • Terminator
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    Hi Neville,

    Even the rusty crappy ones bring $40k plus these days. I saw one such example last week and it will take $100k to make it great again. Even then it won't be like mine as it is, apart from the new shiny external paint, all original and very rust free.

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  • klasikcis
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    Clyde it will be one sweet low miledge unit when finished. Got notification the other day of a nice one owner white one that sold on car sales with an asking of around $45K but hard to tell how good or bad it was from the picture. Look forward to seeing it!

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