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Old 10-05-2006   #16
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Re: this is new, who owns one of these?

Beautifull Ritmo Mikko
Do You have some more pics.
Mine will be finished soon. I'll put some pics...
Regards, Domagoj, Croatia
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Beautifull Ritmo Mikko
Do You have some more pics.
Mine will be finished soon. I'll put some pics...
Regards, Domagoj, Croatia
all kind of pictures...from body (rust rust and more rust)...brakes (front 285mm Lancia Delta Integrale, rear also from Delta Integrale)...suspension (koni adjustable and coil-over front)...wheels (195/45r16)...
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Nice, mine was also rusted like s...
It should be finished in a week or two. I will try to install rear disk brakes from Tipo sedicivalvole, callipers will be from Uno Turbo. I hope it will fit
Why don't You put plastic wheel arches and side skirts on Yours?
I have a few at home, so if You need.....
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Front and rearwheelarches are wider (~30mm/side) now and that makes side longer...so original skirts and arches are too short. And seconr reason is that there was no intrest of making holes... Delta/Prisma rear disks are easy to fit in Ritmo, open two bolts that holds rear hub...all that drops out replace from Lancia...
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I see that Your Ritmo was just as rusty as mine.
I was looking for Lancia rear disk brakes but the only guy that had them asked for too much money. I bought complete Sedici rear suspension, with bridge, and disks ... for 50 euros
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these look good !! i wouldn't mind one as a project car, they look a bit like an old vw golf, anyone got any piccy's of the abarth ?
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these look good !! i wouldn't mind one as a project car, they look a bit like an old vw golf, anyone got any piccy's of the abarth ?
err check members motors, you'll see two here, one title - 'strada abarth 130tc' and 'strada with a kick' which runs a 200hp turbo 16v motor

otherwise go to fiat-abarth.co.uk
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Quote Originally Posted by mikko

Front and rearwheelarches are wider (~30mm/side) now and that makes side longer...so original skirts and arches are too short. And seconr reason is that there was no intrest of making holes... Delta/Prisma rear disks are easy to fit in Ritmo, open two bolts that holds rear hub...all that drops out replace from Lancia...
Good work, keep it up
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Quote Originally Posted by mikko


my precious 130TC...picture taken last summer, after years and years of fixing
Feel proud of what you've done, thats one good looking car
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i thought my ut was cool.looking at the 2 red ones im very jelious havent seen one of those in years. also saw a 131 2.0 in the autotrader here a while ago mint but 15000 euro
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Hallo, here are some new pic. Car is still not finished completelly, but should be ready for cruising in the spring


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thats a very nice example!
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Nice, I like, looks superb condition. Only thing I'd change would be an original set of wheels which I prefer slightly. Loving the leather, presume this is retrimmed. That's how I want my one to look!
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Thought I'd best post a picture of my Strada.
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Good Ritmo (sorry Strada).It will be a great example for restoration, but looks solid now to.Mine looked good before restor., but when I tared it appart, all the sh.. came on sight .
I see You have an Tipo also
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