<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by ciars:
<strong>any suggestions for the above? whats the factory ones like? any pics?
your gonna hate me for this but I want to add some of my own touches to this car, would the rear bumper of a GTA fit if I could get hold of one from Alfa Romeo?
I'm not talking max power styling or anything, look at it as a different genuine Alfa bumper, possibly there side skirts, and a nice exhaust (but nothing that screams like a £50 cherrybomb exhaust!
</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Ciars, you only have two choices. One easy, one difficult. They both have great result. They both
match the 147 design, with smooth curves, not having any angles, following the body's lines.
1) The AlfaLinea ( Zender
) skirts. Not too discreete, not too much. Makes the car look more "mucho" without loosing its delicate line. The easy choice.
2) The difficult choice. The one you already mentioned. The GTA KIT !!! I saw a black "GTA" recenlty and I couldnt believe my eyes. Actually I looked at the brakes and found out that it was a 1.6 TS !!! They guy had bumpers, skirts, wings ( how do you call them there, the metal part around the wheel arches) and of course the GTA wheels
Thus it can be done. I ve seen it alive. I dont know if he ordered the original parts, or replicas, all I know was that it was exaclty the same as the original. Amazing
Everything else is weird imo, most body kits out there have sharp angles who dont match with the car's lines, or they are too much, or both.