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Mud flaps

I've finally got one..

I'm new to Alfa and I'm new to posting on this site, however I have been browsing for a while now to listen to what you all have to say about Alfa's.

Got to say I am grateful to a lot of you and the posts/comments you have made as they have helped a great deal in my choice. Thank you.

I took the plunge and went for a white Mito. Bought it privately which I don't normally do but I could not find what I wanted at a dealer so I was brave (maybe a little stupid) and took the risk. There were a few scuffs here and there so I took her to Simply Alfas in Lye today for a quote. Really pleased with them. They gave me some advice about the rust starting to form on the front wheel arches, mud flaps.

So what do we think of mud flaps?

And what other great advice might you have for looking after her? I don't think she got much TLC from her last owner.
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Welcome to AO . No idea about rust on wheel arches of Mito's and don't generally like the look of mudflaps on cars.
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Welcome to AO mate !

Now that you're here: allow me to draw your attention to the Folding at Home initiative (Please join the AO Folding@Home Team!) some of us AO'ers are involved in. Maybe you can spare us a few CPU cycles

Whatever you do: enjoy your stay!
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Hi and welcome, when I picked up my GT I removed the mudflaps before I even got home.
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