I missed this post earlier, that's a nice spec, nice to see a green car from time to time. Especially if it's an Alfa😉BTW, we have gone for Visconti Green with Walnut / Beige interior and the 19 inch Dark Petal wheels with yellow calipers.
We have also ordered a staggered 20 inch set of these bad boys after checking with both Alfa and the manufacturer that they would fit.
These will be our summer tyres and the 19 Inch OEM will be fitted with winter tyres.
Double Tinted Black...
I quite like those second rim's, I have thought about something similar, but the other way around, having winter tyre's on the aftermarket wheels. I'm thinking gold/brass wheels on green. 🤔 Will you switch the wheels over yourself each season? It's not yet winter so hopefully a good few months left to decide.
Haha I hope they don't steal my door projector light's. They've been at the dealer for some time now, as I got a mopar discount, which was cheaper than the dealer could get, and avoided extras on the finance.
Most of those fittings should be fairly easy, and quick, however the fuel cap, is even easier, it's just swapping the two over. I have it, and will be swapping back to original so that I can put it on thr new car. From memory it's just an elasticated rubber ring around the cap.
Which detailer are you planning to use? I've found a place two minute's from Beechdale, they look very professional, but are still quite new to the business. Concept PPF, I'm a little anxious, but hopefully they'll do a fantastic job.
It's not just the US, our poor Hungarian friend on here has been waiting since November, and still has no build week confirmation. I do worry about dealer's and customer's fighting over the same or similar specification car's. Auto trader has several dealer's with the same adverts for the same car's waiting to be delivered. It shouldn't happen at this stage though, as they should be locked in against our name's.
I don't really know this sealing of pistons technique? What is that exactly? I also need to familiarise my self with the recommended run in procedure.