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Best replacement hood for spider

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Where would be the best place to source a new hood for my spider? The car is from 1960/61 and has a horrible cheap looking hood fitted currently, I want to replace with a mohair one if possible.
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Have you looked at Classic Alfa, Alfaholics and Highwood?

Where in Suffolk are you" I went to school near Bury St. Edmonds in the seventies.

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Have you looked at Classic Alfa, Alfaholics and Highwood?

Where in Suffolk are you" I went to school near Bury St. Edmonds in the seventies.
Coincidence among Alfisti, I also lived in Bury St. Edmonds in late 1970 and part of 1971. I lived over a laundromat; brings back memories of bobby lights and my MG parked half in the street and half on the sidewalk and liquid parafin for heating as well as the electricity strike and the dustbin men strike.

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