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I'm after an SZ! - plus speedo question

Re: I'm after an SZ! - plus speedo question

Postby Lonefurrow » Tue Sep 22, 2015 12:40 pm

Admin wrote:
Lonefurrow wrote:However, it does apparently have the optional lightweight rear wing :D (really?).


Optional rear wing :lol:

Have you been in contact with any of the SZ specialists to see if they know of any owners considering selling?

I could also drop the ES30 Registrar and email if you like? That's how I got mine, a deal was done before it hit the open market.

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I've spoken to Alex Jupe (www.alexjupemotorsport.co.uk) - he is going to ask around. Which other SZ specialists should I try in your opinion? I also emailed [email protected] this morning - is that who you were referring to above? If not, I'd appreciate you putting me in contact with the ES30 Registrar :)

On a related note, I've managed to dig out a copy of 'Italian Cars' magazine from 1990, which has a full feature on the SZ - I don't know why I have waited this long to get one...
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Re: I'm after an SZ! - plus speedo question

Postby SimonSZ » Tue Sep 22, 2015 1:23 pm

I'm curious if the "lightweight" rear wing was simply a missing rear wing :)

Don't be afraid of sourcing one outside of the UK. You give yourself a much larger pool to search in. Due to the strong pound you'd be surprised how many European dealers have learned to speak English the last couple of years :))
Good luck with the search.
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Re: I'm after an SZ! - plus speedo question

Postby Lonefurrow » Tue Sep 22, 2015 1:41 pm

SimonSZ wrote:I'm curious if the "lightweight" rear wing was simply a missing rear wing :)

Don't be afraid of sourcing one outside of the UK. You give yourself a much larger pool to search in. Due to the strong pound you'd be surprised how many European dealers have learned to speak English the last couple of years :))
Good luck with the search.


Allegedly there were 2 different specs of wing, one lighter than the other, although the heavier one probably applies more downforce :lol:

I've also emailed a dealer in Belgium who is currently selling one - I agree that it makes sense, especially with the €/£ ratio, and the fact that they are all lhd. Just makes it more of a pain to view the cars...
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Re: I'm after an SZ! - plus speedo question

Postby Admin » Tue Sep 22, 2015 11:02 pm

Lonefurrow wrote:
Admin wrote:
Lonefurrow wrote:However, it does apparently have the optional lightweight rear wing :D (really?).


Optional rear wing :lol:

Have you been in contact with any of the SZ specialists to see if they know of any owners considering selling?

I could also drop the ES30 Registrar and email if you like? That's how I got mine, a deal was done before it hit the open market.

wrinx


I've spoken to Alex Jupe (http://www.alexjupemotorsport.co.uk) - he is going to ask around. Which other SZ specialists should I try in your opinion? I also emailed [email protected] this morning - is that who you were referring to above? If not, I'd appreciate you putting me in contact with the ES30 Registrar :)

On a related note, I've managed to dig out a copy of 'Italian Cars' magazine from 1990, which has a full feature on the SZ - I don't know why I have waited this long to get one...


That's the one, the Registrar is also one of the other Alfa specialists who are very familiar with SZs :)

You could also try Jamie Porter at The Workshop.

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