Discussion in 'Discussion Forum' started by DuaneEstill, Feb 4, 2009.
MOMO. Not my first choice, but they were on the car when I bought it and are very nice wheels
I have similar wheels, the Octavo made by 100+ in England. I did choose them.
Italian made Momo Antares, to be exact. Some where silver, others anthracite with a silver rim. I also had some of these in the past. Momo was a really popular brand in Québec. Our large population of Italian origin may have help!
My red X19 behind Fuji.
First post. Here is the car on fresh coil overs. And a photo shop of the possible wheels. Just picked it up in August and lots planed for it. So far full updated wiring, and all LEDs, Steering wheel, coil overs, sway bars, bumper delete with CF bumperettes coming, front spoiler done with new grill and custom badging all done. Lots to come.
Looks Fantastic! Congrats!
Beautiful color combos there, I have these wheels and I was recently wondering what they'd look like in that pale gold. Thanks!
p.s. You now must post a build thread. (I don't make the rules I just [slowly] follow them)
Thanks. Do you have the4 15x7 ET20 versions? I was wondering how they fit? I was just about to order with the BBK. And where is the best place to start posting a Build thread. This will not be a long build. I don't have the patience for long multi year builds. Hoping to have the car done for May.
Yeah, got mine from Allison's Automotive:
I am still building my car so I haven't empirical experience with them yet. Also I've got a Lancia Scorpion so my car's track is wider by a few inches with different fenders...https://xwebforums.com/forum/index....new-scorpion-owner-1553-restomod.28514/page-6
With respect to your project I think the workshop forum here would be ideal. I bet others would be very interested in hearing how you've gotten to where you're at. That's a very clean low profile X.
My car - a 1970 RHD 124 Familiare. This car is fitted with the S motor - 1438cc OHV.
The body is rust free but the car is mechanically a bit sad. I'm currently sorting through the issues.
I’m new to the form, but definitely not new to Fiat’s. My dad’s first new cars when he came to Canada were a 1974 Fiat 128 special (5 door hatch (maroon)) and then a 1980 Fiat Strada (again a 5 door hatch (metallic green)), which became my first car! I remember as 11 yr old kid going to pick up the new Strada from Trento motors in Woodbridge, and sitting in a brand new 1981 X1/9. I also remember the sales guy saying, “ maybe one day you’ll own one”, and now 39 yrs later I finally do!
Looking forward on getting to work on this baby!
Welcome to Xweb Bia!
Better to look forward to getting to work IN your baby!
Oh the interior definitely needs some work, I think the hardest thing is going to be sourcing out the blue interior.
I see a Saratoga top.
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