I see her now (also in IE but not Chrome...). She looks fantastic. Did you do the restoration yourself?
The full ground up restoration was a combination of myself, my late father who was an A1 Alfa mechanic, one of his ex apprentice mechanic who did some wonderful engineering and also a panel beater who is really good person and highly skilled who knows a thing or two about bending metal on these cars.
The bulk of my work was to find EVERYTHING I needed to rebuild.
I started with a shell that's all I had and I spent a great deal of time sourcing parts locally and around the world and cataloging everything. Everything has been rebuilt from scratch, engine, gearbox, differential etc. All moving and rolling parts have been replaced, nuts and bolts sourced and zinc played where necessary. I went thorough the parts book and together with papajam's help we put together and almost complete fastener set.
All the stainless steel and other bright work parts was packaged off and sent to Franjo Monkina in Slovenia to recondition (beautifully I might add) and I stumbled on a great deal of NOS parts as well.
It was a great experience and most of the journey is recorded in my thread "1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 Restoration" on Alfabb.
I am still not 100% finished, I am pulling the extractors off to get ceramic coated as I did not realise how much heat the Alfaholics sports stainless steel exhaust systems emitted!!!
But for the moment I am preparing the car for concourse judging in the Alfa club of Victoria Australia. I know I will lose some points due to the fact the colour is not original and the engine is modified to a GTA spec Nord engine complete with the RAM pipes supplied by Classic Alfa but the rest is pretty much spot on.