Ah, never seen one of those. Left round dial is speedo to 140 KPH, right round dial has lights for temp, oil pressure, gen, and gas gauge at the bottom. A couple lights in between for lights, high beam, and hand throttle.
No plan as such, and there hasn't been one other than to get it home. I do not plan to even think about the body, other than washing it and seeing what I can do to keep the weather out. I do plan to work on it, adjust and fixing what needs it: LF brake caliper, clutch hydraulics have some issue, steering is a bit loose, see if I'm getting full throttle out of the pump, adjust the valves, and so on. I want to get it driving as well as it can. I had a set of tall 16" Pirellis that I gave to someone a couple years ago; if he still has them and hasn't sold them I may ask for them back. The tires on this are fine, but they're too wide (215) and too short (65 series). I know Vince had to get what he could in CA on short notice before driving back to IL in 2009, so that's not a criticism. Narrower would fit the rims better, these are too angled, and taller would improve the gearing a bit more. And make it look even awesomer. Vince included two original Ceats as spares in the back, and it has a modified-wheel space saver spare from a PO before Vince, which would hilarious, and not in a good way, to mount and try to drive on. The lug holes appear to be hand-filed to fit the Alfa five-lug pattern.