Well.. i have now found a decent 155 and paid for it today.. will pick it up at the weekend
Quick question if anyone can help.. The car i have got has the Grey Speedlines on it not the black ones... however all 4 are slightly scuffed on the rims where the paint has been chipped off by the YT lad shoehorning on a lovely set of new dunlops... any idea where i can get a touch up/spray can so i can repair the damage??
The car is pretty good.. just needs lots of fettleing to get it how it was 7 years ago when it was new... oh and a new door and bumper!
Alas it was done by the last owner just before he sold it... probably at the same time as it had a new exhaust, new front discs and pads and 4 tyres, a windscreen, and a new wiper motor resulting in as-new wiper operation.... IE no judder whatsoever and lightning quick
No pics as yet.. will be doing the "before and after" stuff when i get the car....
Basically it's a late 97/early 98 2.0 with sportpack in nordic blue.
Needs a new rear door and a lick of paint on both bumpers and the headlight trim, not to mention a huge service as it's never had a cambelt The lads at Peak Alfa have already surprised me with a good price for that so with all the work done, it'll probably have cost a total of about 1600 or so.
Don't suppose you know where i can get the paint for the grey speedlines??
While we are on the "gloat" subject I might as well spill some beans too.
I just acuired a 97 2.0 16V TS Super, with a recently fitted Monza Head, by www.monzasport.com, probably due to a tensioner failure. The top end purrs like a cat, it brings a smile to my face when I listen to it
I wont tell you how much I paid for mine, but it was cheaper than yours
P.S. If you cant find the corect paint to re-furb your speedlines yourself, this is the best place I have found that can do a full re-furb for you and the prices are reasonable considering they come back better than new.........click here
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