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    Bye Bye Abarth Cabrio... Hello 124 Spider

    I asked and they responded... the dealer made me an offer I could not refuse and now I have a Nero Cinema 124 Spider Classica in my garage. Here's her on her first weekend road trip to Palm Desert

    2017 124 Spider Classica - stock for now
    2013 500e - 189 lb lighter
    1974 X1/9 - modestly restified

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    Nice car Congrats.
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    Not too shabby! Well done!
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    Welcome to the club!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zonker View Post
    I asked and they responded... the dealer made me an offer I could not refuse and now I have a Nero Cinema 124 Spider Classica in my garage. Here's her on her first weekend road trip to Palm Desert

    Congratulations! Boy, do you have some tough choices on what to drive!

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    Very nice car. I hope you have many years of enjoyment as well as great memories.

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    That dealer must love you, zonk. Congrats!

    What weight saving measures will you be taking?
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    Nice Spider. They are so much fun on the twisties, especially with a few tweaks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Amacento View Post
    That dealer must love you, zonk. Congrats!

    What weight saving measures will you be taking?
    Probably not a lot - If anything I've already pulled the trigger on more weight (17x8's with Federal 595RS-R tires). I'll be getting rid of the heavier stock exhaust and replacing it with straight pipe for the same sounds as my Abarth made.
    2017 124 Spider Classica - stock for now
    2013 500e - 189 lb lighter
    1974 X1/9 - modestly restified

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