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To find this piece (new or in good shape) was not an easy task, i might be forced to restore it!
These pieces pop up from time to time. They may not be the exact one for your car, but will fit. You'll need to transfer all of the mounting brackets to the new piece.

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These pieces pop up from time to time. They may not be the exact one for your car, but will fit. You'll need to transfer all of the mounting brackets to the new piece.
Yes i have seen some for sedans and for spider, but the ones i found is for right side! But i do have some work to do on other spots of the car so i have some time to find the "inner fender"

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Time for update.....
Bought a rotisserie, and continue the work on the car. Left side of floor was bad, right side was bad but repairable, bought a complete floor from a chrashed race car with new floor so i used parts from that one!
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Inner sills! cut out the rusted pieces and used parts from the race car! it had all sill parts new and all floorpans new
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Got the new "low" rear arches from Alfaholics, really nice pieses! Time to load up the bodyshell for a upcoming mediablast!
Have also cleaned some bolts and parts infor zinc plating
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Wow that's a lot of work , I thought I did a lot of panel work , but this is epic, if I had a hat , I would take off to you, ( silly English saying !) I wish you well and look forward to the end product , at least you know its all been done. good luck. Chris
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Nice tow vehicle!
Thanks That´s a great car, 260.000km and the only thing i had to do is a new Clutch (and flywheel DMF) at 210.000km´s
1.9 JTDM so not so much power but it is fantastic on the road and it likes curves


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Wow that's a lot of work , I thought I did a lot of panel work , but this is epic, if I had a hat , I would take off to you, ( silly English saying !) I wish you well and look forward to the end product , at least you know its all been done. good luck. Chris
Thanks But you can leave your hat on I have alot to do before the goal!

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Engine bay needed a big cleaning before i could continue
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And time for dust
First day,
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