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post #16 of 243 (permalink) Old 09-21-2010, 07:10 AM
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How about starting a map like this?

http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/anyt...mbers-map.html

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Or 'search this thread' and punch in the city you seek.
(provided everyone supplies the city where a recommend is located in thier posts of course)




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Karen McGowan, Alfa West
2281 S. Zang Ct., Lakewood, CO 80228-4365
303/789-9378, [email protected]

Has kept my '65 Giulia Spider running well for almost 20 years at reasonable cost. Owns the Spider from the movie "The Graduate", now an E Prod (vintage) race car.

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a "second the motion" for Giuseppe LoRe - Alfa Import Center, 1816 Lucas lane, Charlotte, NC. not exactly "stolen" from us but their gain is our loss. he was my mechanic, track buddy and good friend for a dozen years. a very knowledgeable, experienced mechanic and a straight-shooter

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Door Lock Motor

It is very informative post
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post #21 of 243 (permalink) Old 09-26-2010, 10:13 AM
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a suggestion to make this more "user friendly": plot mechanics on the bb member's map perhaps with a dedicated pin color for mechanics.

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STEPHEN'S ALFA
Pompano Beach, FL
954 946 5005

Richard & Eddie are good stand-up techs! Richard has been wrenching Alfas for many years, & knows them inside & out!

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Alfa Performance Center
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2408 Ave E
Newportsville PA 19056
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1969 1750 roundtail serial 105.62.14800001
ex 1992 spider can't afford 2 ex 1986 alfa33s
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San Francisco / Bay Area : Novato - A Master of Italian makes

Larry Buskirk (415) 883-8575
26 c Pamaron Way, Novato, CA 94949

This gentleman possesses the knowledge of the intricacies, issues, remedies, and restoration of Italian makes throughout their history.

Problem with a 1928 Alfa 1500? Spica problem with a Montreal? Head gasket for a GTV? Transmission for a 164? This is the guy. Decent shop rate too!!

His resumes includes, but not limited to:

Grizwold & Co. of Berkeley

Ferrari of North America - Marin

Four times of attendance to the Alfa Romeo school.

-71 1750 kamm tail spider -85 GTV 6 -94 164LS (manual) - 88' Verde - 94' 164 LS Always looking for a Berlina
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Alfa Shop in Los Angeles

There are quite a few shops in Los Angeles, but I think one stands out above the rest. John's Alfa Romance. Over 25 years experience, works on only Alfa's.
Benny at John's Alfa can do anything, really, and don't worry, his prices are very fair since we're not paying for him to go racing on the weekends. Usually if you can get your can into the shop early you can have it back the same day, that includes clutch and gearbox work and he does performance mods too!!

Give him a call: 1-323-933-2707

Benny/John's Alfa
5422 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
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Alfas Unlimited
89 Greenwoods Rd. W. (Rt. 44)
Norfolk, CT 06058

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Keith Goring is one of the all time "good guys" in the Alfa world.
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Apex Vintage in Raleigh, NC. I've used them for over 20 years (formerly Krause & England). They specialize in Alfas, Ferraris and BMWs, but also have a depth of knowledge about most ferrin brands. Cecil comes from the Brit car area, Rod is a whiz on Alfas, and Dave does everything, including fabrication. I know I've left out lots of important stuff, but give them a call. They also support many types of vintage racers.
919-781-1871
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Seattle area:

Ralli-Round
1512 Fairview Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102-3719
(206) 323-8000

From standard maintenance through engine and suspension performance mods.
Ben Howe knows Alfas inside out.
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Any suggestions in the greater Atlanta or N. GA area?
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