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Tool Kit, 1750 GTV

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Looking for a 1750 GTV toolkit. This is the cloth bag with a number of tools.

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Any help would be appreciated.

Will consider partial kits.

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Someone on Ebay is selling really nice reproduction bags. You could also look for the individual tools there as well.

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Thanks. I thought I would take a shot at trying to find a complete set before going through the effort of assemblying a set.

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Here's the bag.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Alfa-Romeo-...AAAOSwfcVUBdFZ

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I got one of these a while ago. It was well made, but about 3/4 inch too small. In all dimensions. Also, the canvas material was noticeably thinner than the original.

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Wanted

Looking for a 1750 GTV toolkit. This is the cloth bag with a number of tools.

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Any help would be appreciated.

Will consider partial kits.

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You can also see my reproductions at Auto Italia Sportiva | Sharing my passion for Alfa Romeo restoration, and metal, fabrication.
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I bought this very satisfied..

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Alfa-Romeo-...AAAOSwfcVUBdFZ

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Thanks. I thought I would take a shot at trying to find a complete set before going through the effort of assemblying a set.

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You're better off trying to find a complete bag than trying to source the individual tools on ebay since 99% of the individual tools on ebay aren't correct. Autobelle and Subito are better places to look but not all sellers will ship to the US. I do have a correct set of screwdrivers if you decide to piece meal it. I've been hanging onto them in case I decided to put together a kit but have sort of lost interest.

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Have PM'd you Chuck.

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Is this a correct tool Bag???

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You're better off trying to find a complete bag than trying to source the individual tools on ebay since 99% of the individual tools on ebay aren't correct. Autobelle and Subito are better places to look but not all sellers will ship to the US. I do have a correct set of screwdrivers if you decide to piece meal it. I've been hanging onto them in case I decided to put together a kit but have sort of lost interest.

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From my 64 Sprint GT. single snap screwdriver placement ar either end, 4 larger pockets for the 3 spanner pieces and pliers, Is this a correct bag..??? Thanks!! see pics
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From my 64 Sprint GT. single snap screwdriver placement ar either end, 4 larger pockets for the 3 spanner pieces and pliers, Is this a correct bag..???
It may well be. And the version with two snaps may be equally correct. My point being that Alfa may have used multiple versions of the bag - perhaps from multiple suppliers.

Or, since your Sprint is a 1964 - the first model year for 105 Sprints - they may have used the same tool pouch as the 101's. Perhaps the 2-snap design came later.

Note that I am just speculating here - I have no direct knowledge.

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It may well be. And the version with two snaps may be equally correct. My point being that Alfa may have used multiple versions of the bag - perhaps from multiple suppliers. Note that I am speculating here - I have no direct knowledge.
I never saw the one I have illustrated before. wonder if they were limited to the early production.

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I never saw the one I have illustrated before. wonder if they were limited to the early production.
As Alfajay said, Alfa used at least three different cloth bags, two with dual snaps and yours with a single snap. The earliest seems to be pictured at the top of this thread and has an extra strip of material across the face. The two snap bags are made of a heavier canvas material whereas the single snap bag seems to be of a lighter material. It could just be a difference in suppliers, or could be a cost saving measure as time went on. This doesn't even take into account why some 60's cars came with the vinyl bags and not the cloth bags....

In addition to the bags, Alfa used at least three different standard head screwdrivers, red, brown and a cucumber headed style. The red handled screwdriver was used at least until 1971 (could have been later too), and the other two seemed to be used on and off throughout the years. Once again, different suppliers?
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I find it fascinating, the small variations, that is. The hood stay on my car is a mechanical latch. It came with the original manual which had the GTA section in it. (In Italian Of course). A Nardi wheel dated 1963 and a steering lock lever. I wonder if the Nardi wheel was an option then...or if it was upgraded after purchase. (sorry I am off topic)

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Looking at your site I do not see any tool related things for sale that are for a 105 series car. Am I missing something?

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