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07-28-2015 10:08 AM
ItalAlfa021 Albany, Schenectady, Troy - NEW YORK

Ancas Automotive
1401 Erie Blvd
Schenectady, New York 12305
518-374-3705

Angelo is the guy. He's been working on Alfas and Fiats all of his life. He started working on them Italy in the '60s-'70s and has been in the same place for 30+ years now. He has serviced my '74 Spider and '72 GTV. He has a few Alfas himself and his place ALWAYS has them parked outside. Has has real Alfa dealer tools I think he acquired from a dealership back in the day when they left the USA. He also does restorations as well. Last time I was in there he was redoing 2 S2 spiders. He's the real deal. Give him a call!!
07-22-2015 06:21 PM
DennisC
Nashville

Hi -
Sending a car to Nashville and looking for a mechanic/shop in that area.
Any suggestions?
Thanks - Dennis
05-02-2015 04:43 AM
Bruce Sharer B.I.F. Motors, Mebane, NC (near Raleigh/Durham), 336-455-3663, BIFsportscars@gmail.com. Kevin is an Alfa trained mechanic.
05-01-2015 11:17 PM
Nakagtv
New England Alfa mechanics by state

Norhtern New England Alfa mechanics by state

Service Directory
05-01-2015 11:12 PM
Nakagtv
Boston area mechanic

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Originally Posted by EddieE View Post
Can anyone recommend a mechanic in the Boston area....North Shore preferred! Thanks!
Check this link:
The New England Alfa Romeo Service Directory
05-01-2015 05:06 PM
EddieE Can anyone recommend a mechanic in the Boston area....North Shore preferred! Thanks!
04-30-2015 05:30 PM
Roadtrip
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Originally Posted by jonapurcell View Post
can someone tell me where to go to issue a new post- Im lost!!!!!!!!!!
Go to the forum area that you want (e.g. "Spider (1966-Up)"), then at the upper-left click on "New Topic" to start a new thread. Is this what you're talking about?
04-30-2015 03:49 PM
jonapurcell
can someone tell me where to go to issue a new post- Im lost!!!!!!!!!!

can someone tell me where to go to issue a new post- Im lost!!!!!!!!!!
04-30-2015 03:19 PM
creative images Creative Images Auto (formally Stevens Alfa)
1321 south dixie highway west
pompano beach, fl 33060
(954)974-9105 or (954)946-5005
01-06-2015 02:35 PM
Nakagtv Any Alfa mechanics in Charleston, SC besides Darel @ charleston import automotive?
01-06-2015 08:32 AM
alfadan52 OREGON.....

VELOCE MOTORS in Oregon.
5291 Concomly Rd NE
Gervais, Oregon 97026
503-274-0064

Owned and Operated by Dan Sommers, certified Alfa mechanic in 1973 with Craig Morningstar as trainer. $20,000 in new parts in stock and 4,000 sq. ft of used parts. ALFA ONLY, Service and RESTORATION.
09-01-2014 03:07 PM
kokolyia Any in Florida?
08-19-2014 05:33 PM
Alfiat Thanks. Added to the map.
08-19-2014 05:29 PM
divotandtralee Here's one to fill a gaping hole on the I-70 corridor ...

Carriage and Motor Works
633 Southwest Blvd
Kansas City KS 66103
913-384-0196

They are two minutes south of the I-70/ I-35/I-29 confluence south of downtown KC MO.

They know Alfas by heart.
08-18-2014 05:45 PM
Alfa ricky
Helo I am a new member who has been watching

Hello. I joined this site some time ago when I started to buy an alfa but for whatever the reason was unable to..my question is I am close to buying a 1990 spider graduate that has aftermarket tires and wheels..I want to replace them with Dayton's or something as close to possible as original...any suggestions where to start??
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