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Hi, does anyone know if the optional alloys for a 1996 spider had a name? I'm talking about the ones that looked like split rim ones ie had the little nuts all round them?

Ill try to upload a pic. More importantly, where can I get a set?
 

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Yes, there the ones! Cheers seadart, so where can I get hold of some, breaker yards perhaps?
 

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they are very, very rare.. and dare I say.. exclusive.. If you do find some for sale you would have to pay the thick end of a grand.. at least..

All wheels look the same when the car's doing more than 10MPH :)
 

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Hi Alfa holic, :cry: if only these were the Milanos. I'm trying to keep my first Alfa project as original as possible. I'm a bit anal about, mods.
 

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Quote.. I'm a bit anal about, mods

Well being analy retentive is a lot better than being analy expulsive..

the replicas look gorgeous and only £500 each.
 

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Cheers Sea,

Wow they look amazing! £500 each is very tempting... It says nothing about optional 18 or 17" alloys for that matter in the original brochure, only optional 16". They are 5 nut ones too on the wheels website?
 

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Only 16" were available in 4 stud, these are even more rare and therefore if you see a set for sale you need to be prepared to remortgage your home. 17" & 18" Zender Milano's are all 5 stud pattern.
 
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