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Thank's for "welcome"... (is correct??..I hope)

I've same problems with my Pc: The power supply "cut off itself"....

The charatteristics of my car are:

289 Bhp max. power 5800 rpm

40 Kg/m max. torque 4350 rpm

250 kM/H Max speed

19" wheels (In Italy the omologation is very Hard!!! and expansive)

Brembo Braking systems with 4 pot calipers

Exhaust System with racing Catalysts

KW suspension

..finish....

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Those wheels are very nice. Got any more pictures of them - what are they called?

Oh, welcome on board by the way beerchug.gif

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The wheels that you see on the picture are Mille Miglia mod. Action the dimensions are : 8"x19" ET 35.

But same weeks ago I fitted on the Mille Miglia' s forged Wheels ...

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Ciao Stefano,

Bello macchina!

Welcome to this forum; it is good to have an Italian member on board.

I often drive in the area around Milan; so if you see a dolphin grey a4 cabrio with Dutch plates: it's me! ECLIPSe.gif

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More to the point Stefano if you see any car with Dutch plates stay well clear they just have no idea how to drive grin.gif

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Dear Dolphin,

Which country near Milan you've seen?

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Hey Stefano,

I agree on the Dutch licence plates crazy.gif

I live in Holland, but my second home is in Italy (Como).

And as my girl-friend is really mad about shopping, I always have to go to Milan for the clothing stuff... you know???

Anyway: just be aware of the Dutch Dolphin sekret.gif

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I've a question:

In U.K. it's possible modify the cars for "street use"?

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There are restrictions placed on modifications as with most countries but the most limiting factor tends to be insurance, due to the fact that you must declare all modifications to your car, which as you can imagine most insurers aren't to keen to cover....but it depends on what you mean by modified.

I imagine the laws are similar to Italy..... confused.gif

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