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Four wheels, two doors and white paint, so possibly. 😉
Just some googling and this quote came up

As far as little British sports cars go, pretty much par for the course is MG or Austin Healey. Triumph, in my opinion, especially the TR7, is underrated. The styling makes it look like a baby Lancia Stratos, and who doesn’t like the Stratos?
 

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Just some googling and this quote came up

As far as little British sports cars go, pretty much par for the course is MG or Austin Healey. Triumph, in my opinion, especially the TR7, is underrated. The styling makes it look like a baby Lancia Stratos, and who doesn’t like the Stratos?
I didn’t know Mr Magoo was writing car reviews?😉😁
 

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Believe it or not the tr7 V8 was built to go against the stratos in world rally
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All in fun. As a person of Italian heritage, with a (playful) mission to torture the Brits at any opportunity, I was compelled to make that joke. 😋
 

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The real deal just looks better! Stumbled upon a car driving event around lago di Bolsena when touring some of Italy 😎
 

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Installed my Lars Interiors ® new-style bulkhead cover in diamond stitched alcantara, for that oh-so Italian look. Sitting above the cubby box, which Alfa designed to look like a fine piece of luggage, the quilting looks fantastic and right at home in the car.

The piece fit very well. Very evenly and with very good tolerances. The materials are excellent quality. The diamond stitching is perfect and that’s not easy from what people have told me.

I left the plastic trim covers off the seatbelt mounts because I thought it looked better on the 4C to have the exposed hardware, and to, you know, rid my car of plastic one piece at a time and all.

Thanks @lars!

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Installed my Lars Interiors ® new-style bulkhead cover in diamond stitched alcantara, for that oh-so Italian look. Sitting above the cubby box, which Alfa designed to look like a fine piece of luggage, the quilting looks fantastic and right at home in the car.

The piece fit very well. Very evenly and with very good tolerances. The materials are excellent quality. The diamond stitching is perfect and that’s not easy from what people have told me.

I left the plastic trim covers off the seatbelt mounts because I thought it looked better on the 4C to have the exposed hardware, and to, you know, rid my car of plastic one piece at a time and all.

Thanks @lars!

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Looks good. Have you noticed a reduction in interior noise after installation? I suspect it would work as a sound absorbant compared to the hard surface of that part of the bulkhead. I have also noticed that if you just move your head forward or back there is a difference in the volume of the interior sound depending on where your ears are positioned. I don't have that LARS piece myself.
 

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Looks good. Have you noticed a reduction in interior noise after installation? I suspect it would work as a sound absorbant compared to the hard surface of that part of the bulkhead. I have also noticed that if you just move your head forward or back there is a difference in the volume of the interior sound depending on where your ears are positioned. I don't have that LARS piece myself.
We could change that

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