Sorry to disappoint Pablo, but we're all pretty keen on Alfa alloys here. Please tell me you're not planning on replacing them with some dead obvious 5-spokers or something?
When I first got my 145 QV, I thought about different alloys, but then Rick locked me ina cupboard for a week, with only dry bread and water, and I saw the error of my ways.
I wasn't sure about 'ringed' or 'holed' alloys rather than spoked ones, but I'm a convert now. The point is that just looking at the alloys, you may prefer spokes, but looking at the car as a whole, the OEM ones really really set Alfa's off. I can quite easily sit and gaze at the side view of my Bella, with a happy little smile on my face, for ages.
Thankz for the pics LAtino... I smell a hint of photoshop ...sniff sniff..
The reason why I'm asking for pics is because I'd like to see what a 156 looks like not sitting on the original alfa alloys, if I don't like the overall look then I'll probably get the 17" Selaspeeds, either way those 16 inch teledials are history!
What spoiler is that on the 5th picture, nice and low.</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">It looks very similar to the Alfa accessory one with the brake light built in.
But, the wheels are Novitec, so maybe the spoiler is Novitec too. www.novitec.net
<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by RicksAlfas:
Those Tecnomagnesio wheels are cool because they say Tecnomagnesio on them. Don't particularly like the style, but Tecnomagnesio sounds very motorsporty.
</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">You're right Rick, they look horrible on my silver 156, the shade of the wheels are slightly different from the silver paint on the car. eek!
But since I bought them, I thought they look ok on the SW. Plus they're nice and light. wink