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Detailed Drawings

I'm starting this thread to have a centralized location for any drawings that members provide (original Alfa drawings or measured from existing parts) for any Alfa Romeo parts. As we all know, many parts have become difficult to find and, until these parts are reproduced in large quantities, they will have to be made on an individual basis. These drawings can be anywhere from sketches to professionally made scale drawings. If it can help another member reproduce a non-existant part, that's what matters.

When posting a drawing here, please provide as much information as possible (model, year, part number, etc.). Also, please provide any photos of an original item and clips from parts manuals, if possible. The more information you can provide, the better.

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Clutch master cylinder cover for '69 GTV (105.51 Series 1)

The attached drawing is for the clutch M/C cover for US spec. Series 1 1969 GTVs. (Part no. 105.41.51.376.00)
These covers normally disappeared long ago as mechanics either inadvertently destroyed them or simply failed to reinstall them. They also suffered dearly by hanging from the bottom of the car.

Due to the amount of detail, the drawing was made in AutoCad on D size paper (24x36). The AutoCad file contains a full scale developed drawing of the cover which may be directly traced to sheetmetal. If you have access to Autocad , I can send you a copy directly. A PDF of the dimensioned drawing is below. All dimensions are in inches.
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Battery Tray and Support (105.xx series) PartI

I created drawings for the battery tray and support (photos shown below) for the 105 cars. These were fitted to the numerous ALFA models including the 1969 105.51 GTV. You can refer to page 129/133 of catalogo rapido (item15/tray and item24/support) for a complete listing of part numbers and other models.

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AR005 BATTERY TRAY.pdf

For the support drawing see the next post...


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1971 1750 GTV 105.48 (sold), 1972 1300GTJunior (sold)
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Battery Tray and Support (105.xx series) PartII

This is the drawing for the battery support.

AR006 SUPPORT BATTERY TRAY.pdf


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When posting a drawing here, please provide as much information as possible (model, year, part number, etc.).
FYI: You may want to try the free CutePDF Writer -- it installs as printer and can be accessed from any application. After selecting it as printer, use the "Advanced..." button in the "Paper/Quality" tab to set the custom paper size to the desired size.

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Now, if only you would join the rest of the civilized world and use metric.....
@Tubut: installing CutePDF in AutoCAD is a little more involved but works beautifully. It is highly recomended (by me) as it functions a lot better than both ACAD's own and Adobe's pdf printer (go figure).

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I heard the US is going to the metric system very soon. Of course that was in 6th grade, 35 years ago.

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Ruedi,

I did a little more research into the PrimoPDF program that I already have and discovered it is possible to produce a 24x36 drawing in PDF. I've revised my original post to include the PDF of the drawing.

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I heard the US is going to the metric system very soon. Of course that was in 6th grade, 35 years ago.
Thomas Jefferson, as President, commissioned a study of the US going metric - in keeping with our friendship with the French. Congress rejected it as the cost was estimated to be over $20,000.

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License Plate Bracket Drawing

This is a drawing for the License plate bracket as fitted to the 1969 GTV... probably will fit other models as well. The finish should be a bright zinc coating.

AR008 LICENSE PLATE BRACKET.pdf

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75/Milano Door gasket

This is from the other thread but seem like it should be here
75/Milano Door gasket

One of the members is now making them. I just print mine out on a 3D printer


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Note: rename the STL file with .xls removed. I had to add that to upload.

rename alfa_door_gaskit.stl.xls to alfa_door_gaskit.stl

stl is a common 3d cad file format.

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Brad, for the clutch MC cover, could you produce a PDF of the flat pattern? (I don't have AUTOCAD).


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Front turn signal mounting bracket - 1969 105.51 GTV

I created a flat pattern and drawing for the front under bumper turn signal mounting bracket as found on the 1969 model year 105.51 1750GTV. As in the photos below.

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AR025 BRACKET TURN SIGNAL_Sheet_1.pdf

AR025 BRACKET TURN SIGNAL_Sheet_2.pdf


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Standing Pedals Floor Mounting Plate

I created a drawing of the mounting plate that attaches the pedal assembly to the floor. This is for the cars with standing pedals...specifically the 1969 1750 GT's and Spiders....but I'm sure earlier cars are very similar...

AR026 STANDING PEDAL MOUNTING PLATE metric.pdf

AR026 STANDING PEDAL MOUNTING PLATE.pdf


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Can you post the CAD models to your pieces? Either parasolid or Sldprt if you use Solidworks. That would be great!
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