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Abarth air filters 1900

Hello, I'm nearing the end of a 1900C restoration. Trying to track down the last difficult to find parts.
Does anyone know where I can find a set of Abarth air filters?

The carburettors I have a two Solex 40PAI's. the diameter at the top of the carb. where the air filter mounts is 66 mm. The carbs are 240 mm between centres.
Will try to post photo
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Photo of abarth manifold

Here is a photo of the manifold.
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FYI, from this thread:



...and a 102 conversion kit discussed in this thread (shown in the "Millenove" book):


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They found out one or two tubes didn't work so well......

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Per request, I merged this with a similar thread on the same topic.
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Thanks, Andrew!

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Hello, I'm nearing the end of a 1900C restoration. Trying to track down the last difficult to find parts.
Does anyone know where I can find a set of Abarth air filters?

The carburettors I have a two Solex 40PAI's. the diameter at the top of the carb. where the air filter mounts is 66 mm. The carbs are 240 mm between centres.
Will try to post photo
Thanks
Noel
Hi,
you can get from me the CAD drawings for reproduction of the filters.
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H.-JŁrgen DŲhren
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Hi Mr Dohren, thank you for your reply. I will ask the restorer if he knows of an engineer who can make them from a cad drawing.

I contacted Guy Moerenhout at the Abarth Museum, he has a airfilter that could be copied but at a cost of £1000 per filter...!
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