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I'm in need of a set of 15 inch revolutions for my 75. If anybody has a set that is for sale please let me know. Thanks Tom. [email protected] 07842 437595
 

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How much are they/ the car? Thanks tom
 

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Oh yeah I saw that for sale, nice looking example! Unfortunately I'm not in the market to buy another 75, unless it was dirt cheap!
I was sold a set of 15 inch revolutions, but after spending a load of money on a re-furb it turns out they are 14 inch revolutions, so look a bit small. Gutted, never take someone's word, even if they are heavily into Alfa 75's!
 

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Anyone have any of these they want to sell?
 

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If you can persuade chris to come down on the price for his luuuurvly 75, then you can have my wheels for free ;)
 

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Yes his 75 is really nice!
 

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Chris, sadly what I can free up in cash, is not going to be quite enough to even tempt you ;)

Bloody tax man kicked me !
 

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Hi Tom,

I have a set of four, definitely 15", x 7J, I believe. They came off my '88 3.0 after it got totalled in France in the mid '90s. They have a set of Yokohama A510s in 195/50, which looked fine last time I checked. You might want to have the wheels refurbished at some point, and the steel inserts the wheel nuts bear upon need de-rusting or replacing.

I hung on to them as I have trouble letting go of this stuff, I was sure I'd have another 75, and I did but didn't need them then either. See my first post in intros.

I'll take some pictures when I am around Friday afternoon.

PM me if you are interested.

Andy
 
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