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These do look nice. Do you have the Brembo brakes? UK dealers are telling me the Historicals are not compatible with Brembos
 
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The only ones I've seen like this were 15 inch retro. Where, might I ask, did you find these and are they cromodora cd30?



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Very Nice, these cd30 lookalikes! Are they the same ET and rim size as the stock Abarth wheel?
 

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7J x17 H2 (ET45) so same as original I think. Some sites say specifically that they fit the Abarth and the OP has brembos so I think it's fair to say they fit OK. They are meant to mimic the style of the original 13" Cromodora CD30 but the "spokes" on the "Historical" wheels splay out towards the outer rim whereas the original CD30 had straight/parallel edge "spokes". But if the price is right, why not!
 

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An Italian car part specialist in Holland has them in stock for € 849.- not too bad....
 

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??? AHHHHHHH!!!!!! Gawd I want those wheels!!! Those are factory option Spider Europa Euro-only wheels, ready to fit on your Euro-only Spider. They can't be imported into the USA for lack of US-DOT approval. Well, I'll clarify "can't", I don't want to be the one to try to import them only to somehow lose them in Customs because they aren't DOT approved. Some Euro sellers won't guarantee they'll be able to get them through to me, and others flat-out refuse to try. USA 3rd-party parts suppliers I've talked to (incl. one active on this board) aren't willing to sell them due to this issue. Here's the Fiat link about the car they appeared on- https://www.fiat.com/124-spider-europa#
They appear in the Fiat Euro accessories catalog, and they can also be had through Euro parts suppliers, such as Glyn Hopkin in the UK.

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