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post #16 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-27-2015, 04:41 PM
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Good old APE (Alfa Parts Exchange)

How in heavens name did we leave out APE (ALFA PARTS EXCHANGE) which used to advertise itself as the fourth (or was it fifth) largest Alfa wrecking yard in the world. It has two liter parts, 2600 parts and everything else newer or older from time to time. And they know Alfa cars. Not every part needs to be brand new to keep your Alfa Running.

ALFA PARTS EXCHANGE
22403 Suttenfield Road
Acampo, CA 95220
(209) 365-1383

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Good point - I just assumed (I know, I know) they wouldn't have much, now even the youngest ones are over 45 years old. They're certainly one of my favorite sources for the newer cars.

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Special tools

I have had replicas of a couple of Alfa 2600 special tools made by:

Aftermarket Tools for your Alfa Romeo TwinSpark, JTS, JTD, V6 and Twin Cam Engines :: TotallyAlfa

I found them to be good.

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Here is a source for Vintage light bulbs:

Light Bulbs Classic Vintage Antique Auto Bulbs Car Automotive Replacement Light Bulbs

They take Paypal and the fog light bulbs look right to me.

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I have bought Giulietta parts from the following companies:

Centerline Alfa

Vick's Alfa

Jon Norman Alfa

Paul Spruell Alfa

Metric fasteners from Bel-Metric

Metric fasteners from Mr. Metric

Nuvolari Alfa parts like new Marelli voltage regulator, Italy

I have other companies and might compile a list someday
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I also purchased parts from Ereminas Imports, Bill Gilliham, etc.
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Thanks for the recent additions - just to clarify, we're focusing on 2000/2600 parts since it's not a given that vendors who support Giuli(ett)as also support the bigger cars. I've added the metric fastener vendors to the list since that has to be something many of us have to deal with.

That said, I'd be happy to hear that any of those folks *do* sell 2600 parts

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Thanks for the recent additions - just to clarify, we're focusing on 2000/2600 parts since it's not a given that vendors who support Giuli(ett)as also support the bigger cars. I've added the metric fastener vendors to the list since that has to be something many of us have to deal with.

That said, I'd be happy to hear that any of those folks *do* sell 2600 parts
I'll second that.

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ex-'65 2600 SZ (AR 856043, now being restored in Austria)
Maintainer of a private 2600 SZ register (not the one in the Netherlands).
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I agree that few vendors carry 2000/2600 parts but, you can always ask them questions. I have NOS 2000/2600 rear axle bearings.
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I restored one 101 Sprint Veloce and in the process of restoring 750 Spiders and run across NOS and used parts for different cars. The hardest parts to find are the trim parts for any Alfa. The mechanical parts are much easier to find.
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Source forflywheel ring gear

For those looking for flywheel ring gears there may be a source here.

motore - engine - AMADEI RICAMBI

I realise the 2600 ringgear is not lised - but they may know of a source or compatible ring
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Fregio Touring Superleggera Milano 85mm.

Looks like a source for badges , have not used before .
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Fregio Touring Superleggera Milano 85mm.

Looks like a source for badges , have not used before .
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2600 spider interior

I have not used them but other alfabb memebers have had a good experience with the interiors supplied by this company. As photo


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102/2000 fuel tank sending units at Haekers.

I get lots of inquiries about the two liter gas tank sending units. The Haeker company (see prior posts) suddenly has them advertised as again available.

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