don't forget the Teledials are a different colour as well, Cup wheels seems to be of a lighter silver than normal teledials
Jay not tying to be pedantic!? I though they where darker silver or "Wet Look" almost a gunmetal grey!? Im sure im wrong though!
Genuine splitters, skirts, spoiler, boot badges, console plaques can all be acquired with a bit of interneting. Vented wings were only available in a silvery finish as opposed to the Cups black, but a respray would cure that.
Alloys are darker on the Cup, one of these days I'll get hold of some teledials for mine, and find an obliging fellow Cup owner to allow a paint man to match the correct shade....
To be safe, you need the V5 which will state GTV Cup. Alfa UK should also be able to verify the cars provenance if you provide them with the chassis number. N.B. all Cup chassis were made in 2001 even though many of the cars were not registered until 02/ 52 plate.
I'm now being slagged off on another thread(Why do traders do it???) for trying to sell 'Cup lookalikes' & a 'Silver Cup' 2.0TS litre!
What's the matter with some people?
I never knew that there was a genuine 'Silver Cup' so by calling one that, especially a 2.0 TS, I thought no harm. A lookalike doesn't have to be a complete replica, look at all the David Beckhams & Michael Jacksons out there. I'm not trying to con people as suggested. I spent time to get to the truth about 'Cup 33'. Wish I'd not bothered now.
Anyway I thought Cup Teledials were the darker 'wet look' like I've got on my silver 3.0 GTV.
I nearly put a Cup bodykit on it & was going to call it a 'Silver Cup' but after buying a silver 2.0 GTV with full bodykit already fitted I've decided that I prefer it in red. Good job I didn't, I wouldn't have wanted to offend anyone!
I've also just fitted some Cup front wings to my 'Project Cup Lookalike' & they came with black grills.