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post #2181 of 2187 (permalink) Old 17-08-2016, 21:56
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Are those V8 alloys on your ZT 190+ Sjonnie?

I now have a 2002 ZT 190+ very similar to your's (now added a pic to my garage) also with the same alloys, that I hadn't seen on a V6 before..
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post #2182 of 2187 (permalink) Old 18-08-2016, 04:40
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Hi Haribo,

No these are 11-spokes. I bought the car second hand equipped with these alloys. Got myself a set of gridspokes for the winter.

AFAIK the V8 was sold with Apex alloys.

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post #2183 of 2187 (permalink) Old 18-08-2016, 06:50
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Aha now I've looked at a ZT V8 I see the difference, maybe the spec. ones or an option for ZT+ models then..
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post #2184 of 2187 (permalink) Old 18-08-2016, 07:00
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I believe you could customise about anything in The last years. Alloys must have been ons of them.

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post #2185 of 2187 (permalink) Old 24-10-2016, 17:04
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Dad's new 75 Connie SE CDTi







Passed a small landmark on the way back from Halfords today in it too

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post #2186 of 2187 (permalink) Old 25-10-2016, 08:59
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new to me 1800 zt

just picked my zt up last week. she's a 1800cc 54 plate 50,000 miles..
what a drive love the car...
got a few plans for her will post more pics after a good machine polishing...

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