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Fresh air side vent hoses (2) for '74 GTV

For my '74 GT Veloce, I would need the two (2) molded hoses which connects the cowl area to the outer vents and draws in fresh outside air.
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For my '74 GT Veloce, I would need the two (2) molded hoses which connects the cowl area to the outer vents and draws in fresh outside air.
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Iíve a pair used original 105.21.57.220.00 D./ .221.00 S
+ one big S ( Left) and two the same
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Iíve a pair used original 105.21.57.220.00 D./ .221.00 S
+ one big S ( Left) and two the same
Thanks sir, however the hoses that I would need are as the attached pic.
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Classicalfa shows the hose... part number WA068.
That may be where the attached photo originated.
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Classicalfa shows the hose... part number WA068.
That may be where the attached photo originated.
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Jon, thanks. I know that Classic Alfa and Centerline stock this hose. I am locking for an used and of course more cheaper option.
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Enrique, with all the respect I can give, I have stopped shipping anything "personal" to Mexico as they never seem to arrive. You might find it more economical to have a vendor sell it and be done with it.
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Enrique, with all the respect I can give, I have stopped shipping anything "personal" to Mexico as they never seem to arrive. You might find it more economical to have a vendor sell it and be done with it.
Normal postal service is a nightmare for sure, however, DHL or Fedex works fine.

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Normal postal service is a nightmare for sure, however, DHL or Fedex works fine.
CA has a very good shipping rate with DHL. I' would check them out.
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CA has a very good shipping rate with DHL. I' would check them out.
Great thanks. I am in Mexico City. Postal code: 11000. Could I have a pics of the hoses that you have?. Regards,

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Unless a repo part is known to be unacceptable, I would rather go that route. If you're going to be paying a premium on shipping why not get something that lasts.
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Great thanks. I am in Mexico City. Postal code: 11000. Could I have a pics of the hoses that you have?. Regards,
No I have none.. I was just tagging along on this for my own entertainment. Sorry. Winter brings on the need for a stimulus.
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Unless a repo part is known to be unacceptable, I would rather go that route. If you're going to be paying a premium on shipping why not get something that lasts.
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Dear Jon,
I used to buy new parts directly to classicalfa, in particular the most critical ones.
In this case, I don't care to much of the condition of the hose because is something that you don't see and also I don't use ventilation. The purpose is to have the car complete.
For your information, classicalfa deliver to Mexico with DHL only, so I have to pay a premium ship in any case and an import tax to the mexican customs.
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No I have none.. I was just tagging along on this for my own entertainment. Sorry. Winter brings on the need for a stimulus.
OK Thanks.

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