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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-10-2019, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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The time has come. Another Alfa opportunity has presented itself.

Located in Vancouver, BC.

Best of both worlds. Stainless bumpers with Bosch fuel injection.
I purchased this car in Jan. 2007 in California. I have a binder full of receipts for work done over the last 12 years.
Always garage kept. Sunny days only.
Head done with new valves, guides and seals with 11mm cams from International.
Headers 2018
Stinger exhaust
Rebuilt starter last month
Clutch and donut 2017
New caster bushings
New wheel bearings
Rebuilt alternator
Gearbox done 2008
Koni reds
Replaced t-arm bushings
Quad style tonneau cover
New seat upholstery 2018
New canvas top.
Carrello head light covers
Car had a/c but I removed it. I have all components to reinstall.
Period correct Blaupunkt deck with amp.
An absolute joy to drive. Sounds fantastic, pulls like a train and handles really well.

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Hi,

My name is John
I am interested in your Alfa for sale.
I am in Vancouver as well.
I am a serious mature Italian car hobbyist.
Please call me or text me at 778 838 1111

Thank you
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Very Nice build....... If it were mine I would have to have the graduate seats and loose the tag lights on the body.
Keep the bumper lamps. Love the Momo Vegas. Just Perfect.
I bet this car is the absolutely perfect to drive. Really brilliant to use a Bosch car and back date.
the 82 first year is the best IMO for this build. Best to Seller and Buyer. Seems like a deal!
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Very Nice build....... If it were mine I would have to have the graduate seats and loose the tag lights on the body.
Keep the bumper lamps. Love the Momo Vegas. Just Perfect.
I bet this car is the absolutely perfect to drive. Really brilliant to use a Bosch car and back date.
the 82 first year is the best IMO for this build. Best to Seller and Buyer. Seems like a deal!
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Thanks, theses seats are much more comfortable than the others. Tag lights involved body and paint so I decided against. It definitely is a perfect driver. If weather improves Ill post a driving video.

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Nice car! Great idea to put stainless bumpers on the car.

A question about the intake and air filter. For those in CA, we have special smog test rules, which requires any intake parts to be approved for use in CA. Were the parts on the car when you bought the car? If not, do you have the original parts. And if you don't, are the new parts CARB certified?

I'm not a buyer, but for someone in CA, they'll need to know this or they won't be able to smog test/drive the car.
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Nice car! Great idea to put stainless bumpers on the car.

A question about the intake and air filter. For those in CA, we have special smog test rules, which requires any intake parts to be approved for use in CA. Were the parts on the car when you bought the car? If not, do you have the original parts. And if you don't, are the new parts CARB certified?

I'm not a buyer, but for someone in CA, they'll need to know this or they won't be able to smog test/drive the car.
Yes I have original air intake box. A simple bolt on change.

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Beautiful build.
Who makes the aftermarket air intake. I'd like to convert my stock air intake to something similar, if not exactly, like what you have.

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Beautiful build.
Who makes the aftermarket air intake. I'd like to convert my stock air intake to something similar, if not exactly, like what you have.

Thanks.
I believe Centerline sells that air intake. Adds a bit of HP and sounds great also.

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I believe Centerline sells that air intake. Adds a bit of HP and sounds great also.
Thank you very much...
I looked on their site, but didn't see it - I'll give'm a call.

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interested...

as a long-time and alas no longer grateful custodian of S2, S3, and S4 cars, this one seems wonderful and unique. Although I have been on the list for eleven years I have yet to make 10 posts, so I will need to ask you to contact me privately to discuss.

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Mark, email sent.

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