Alfa Romeo Spider Tyres
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Alfa Romeo Spider
- Alfa Romeos post war cars; 1900, 2000 and 2600 had some Spider bodies fitted to them, and fitted 165HR400 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67.
- These early cars with 400 mm wheels need Michelin 16E innertubes.
- The convertible models of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta, Giulia, know as the Giulietta Spider and the first of the Giulia Spider fitted 155 HR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67.
- The early Alfa Spider fitted 155 HR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67, Which we suggest is still the best tyres for these charismatic little cars.
- This car is fitted with a 155 HR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67 tyre, and needs a Michelin 15E 13 innertube.
- In about 1969 Alfa Romeo changed the Spider onto 14" wheels and fitted either 165 HR 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67 or 165 HR 14 Michelin XAS.
- There has always been discussion about what is best, and that boils down to personal taste because they are both excellent. The asymmetric design of the Michelin XAS offers fantastic directional stability, making it the best classic tyre for motorways.
- The PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67 is known for it's progressive sporty handling, so great on the track or on some windy lanes.
- If you have the 6” wide rim and are going to fit a wider tyre, we would strongly recommend fitting a proper period tyre, we are fortunate enough to be able to offer a 185/70 R 14 Michelin XAS and the 185/70 VR 14 PIRELLI CINTURATO CN36. These tyres have a carcass structure that is more suited to the chassis of an Alfa Spider.
- If you need an innertube for these 14” wheels we suggest either Michelin 14D inner tubes or 14E innertubes.
- For more information on innertubes, see our innertube guide for more information.
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider
Alfa Romeo Spider Tyres
For the Alfa Romeo Spider as a special offer we have sets of 4 or 5 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ tyres. There wouldn't be a better tyre to suit an Alfa Romeo Spider. The PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ is a period tyre that was around from 1952 to the early 1980 and was produced very much with the view to compliment the handling of cars like the Spider Alfa Romeo.
History of the Alfa Romeo Spider
The Spider 1600 used the same mechanics as the Giulia, it was launched at the 36th Geneva Motor Show in 1966. The highly original cuttle-fish tail and convex sides gave a striking image, the tail was toned down on later Spiders (from approximately 1970 onwards).
Alfa Romeo ran a competition to name the car; 'Duetto' won, however enthusiasts preferred the '1600 Spider.' The engine was later swapped for the 1750 GT Veloce, mounted on the Pininfarina Spider. This further increased the already astonishing performance figures.
The Alfa Romeo Spider was extremely successful, with great staying power. It stayed in production for 26yrs, a figure only a handful of cars have matched.
Alfa Romeo Spider Borrani Wheels
If you require new Borrani wire wheels for your Alfa Romeo Spider then please click here for information on Borrani wire wheels.