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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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1967 Duetto Bootlid

I'm looking for a used Bootlid (trunk) in good condition for a 1967 Duetto.
Please text 310 966-7666
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 05:45 PM
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I have one that needs some work. Shipping is another story? $200. Bob in Oregon

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I have a spare one now too

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hi bob could you send me a photo?
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Here are pics. Bob
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Thanks you for posting the pics. My existing lid is just about the same condition however. Cheers!
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High quality repair panels are available. A good metal fabricator can use those to make seamless repairs.

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Thanks you for posting the pics. My existing lid is just about the same condition however.
Sadly, most used roundtail decklids out there are in that condition. I hope you find a pristine replacement but the odds are long - for some reason, most roundtails took a hit to their rears at least once over the past 50 years. Those low brake & tail lights were another Pininfarina design triumph, but probably not very visible/effective.

ossodiseppia's suggestion to repair your existing lid may be the more practical approach.

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See this thread:

https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/spi...air-query.html

There is another post somewhere about fixing the hinge mounts.

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It took me three solid years of looking and asking to find a good replacement boot lid for my Duetto. The one I found was half the world away. In the long run it would have been cheaper (and sexier) to buy the carbonfibre one - which is also the ONLY remanufactured boot lid available new. All others are repaired.

As Osso says, seamless repairs can be made with the repair pieces available.
Cost will vary depending upon where you are (labour)

I doubt that there is a single original boot left on the planet that hasn’t been hit/repaired or is full of rust.

There are subtle differences to the inner frame (holes) between the 1600 Duetto boot and the 1750 Spider Veloce (Roundtail). Both fit perfectly.

The weak, cracked hinge repair is a must - it’s a design fault.

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I have one from a '69, so the holes for the Alfa Romeo script are different. Has a minor crease from something falling on it. The trailing edge is in good shape as are the hinge mount areas. I can get you a picture if you are interested. $350 plus shipping. Where are you located?

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