Good to speak to you on the phone the other night. It's also good to see "The Chicken" again. Looks like the owner after me put on different (and better) wheels, and began to address the rust at the rocker panel. I see that the interior wood trim is still a work in progress (see my previous posts). Hopefully the rest of the badges and trim came with the car. Glad to hear the hole in the passenger floor pan was repaired. The car always ran like a top, and those who worked on it always commented on how clean it was. If I could dedicate the time it needs, I'd certainly still have it in my garage.
As for history, the file folder I mentioned had a lot of the repair history, including bills of sale. Hopefully you can find it. I forget the name of the fella I bought it from, but contact alfarestore on the BB. The car belonged to a friend of his.
You probably noticed, but the rear license plate is fake. My wife had it made in Germany, shipped to her mother in Oregon, then smuggled into California as a replica for the beat-up original. I think the real plate went to the owner after me.
Up underneath the car, attached somewhere near the transmission, is a Chinese good luck charm. I'd leave it there if I were you.
I don't know if they would keep records, but Glen Oliveria at Oliveria Engineering in Berkeley worked on the car. Glen might remember us (Heather and Evan). Barber's Shop in Sacramento, CA also did a lot of work on it. Both were excellent shops and took good care of the car.
Can't think of anything else at the moment. I always thought of it as a solid daily driver. I just loved driving it. Someday I'll have an Alfa again...