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Bertone / Berlina / Giulia / Spider

Bertone / Berlina / Giulia / Spider

Type: Pirelli Cinturato 165HR14
New Pirelli Cinturato 165HR14 production! This was the original tyre when supplied new.

PRICE € 169

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Alfa 1900

Alfa 1900

Type: Pirelli Cinturato 165HR400

PRICE € Currently not available

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Giulietta / Sprint Veloce

Giulietta / Sprint Veloce

Type: Pirelli Cinturato 155SR15 & 155HR15

PRICE € 190

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Giulia / Junior

Giulia / Junior

Type: Pirelli Cinturato 155HR15 & Michelin XAS FF 165HR14
The Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 fitted a 155x15 tyre as did the 1967 1300 GT junior Giulia, 1300Ti Giulia and the 1600 super Giulia in 1964. For these cars we would recommend the 155x15 Pirelli Cinturato tyre. In Italy the Alfa Romeo Giulia race series is supplied by Michelin and they use the 155HR15 Michelin XAS FF classic tyre. In tests the XAS FF was quicker and offered better longevity than other brands. If your Alfa Romeo Giulia has 14 inch wheels fitted the fitment for these models would be a 165x14. For these cars we would recommend the 165HR14 Michelin XAS tyre

PRICE € 190 (Pirelli) & 177 (Michelin)

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Bertone 2000 / Berlina

Bertone 2000 / Berlina

Type: Michelin XAS 165/14 & 185/70/14

PRICE € 152 (XAS 165/HR/14)

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Montreal

Montreal

Type: Michelin XWX 205/70/VR15

PRICE € 317

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Wintertyres Colway rally

Wintertyres Colway rally

Type: Colway 165 / 15 tubeless for rally use
1 set available

PRICE € 220 a set

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Classic tyres beeldClassic tyres beeldClassic tyres beeldClassic tyres beeld The Pirelli Cinturato, first introduced in the 1950's, was the first example of a textile cord braced radial tyre. The Pirelli Cinturato quickly became the dominant radial tyre in European GT and sports car racing circles. The Pirelli Cinturato combined unprecedented grip with high-speed capabilities, the Cinturato also gave a supremely comfortable ride. Not surprisingly, the Pirelli Cinturato soon became standard equipment on many of the great Italian marques of the era, including Ferrari, Maserati, and Lamborghini.