14" Campagnolo wheels

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    Calling all Frua owners...
     
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    Very unique but not what the Frua restorer is looking for unfortunately. I met the guy with the euro 2500 sedan that has the five lug FPS wheels though, he won’t part with them.
     
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    They are very cool looking nonetheless.
     
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    I have those on my 1970 Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato. Love them.
     
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    Wow, I do too.
     
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    Being only 5.5” wide they wouldn’t be ideal for a coupe, very pretty though.
     
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    Tony.dreamer Lieutenant Parts Hoarder 2nd in line after Markos Site Donor

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    I like the 8 spoke on your Alfa vs the 10 spoke for sale !
     
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    Makes me miss my ‘74 Jr Z ....[​IMG]
     
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    I agree with you Tony, more "air" and less busy...I have always liked the 5-spoke on your former, Lowell...Cromodoras maybe? Those look good on 02's and e9's also...not too Italian..
     
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    They are very cool! Center caps would be tough.
    The way people are about wheels, this guy would have better luck selling them if he asks 2 grand.
     
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    Yes, Cromodoras. I always preferred them to the original steel wheels. Took the opportunity to bump up the rubber as well. Such beautiful cars.
     

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