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post #16 of 137 (permalink) Old 09-24-2004, 09:17 AM
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I've been meaning to add to the supplier list for a while: oldautoradio.com. Run by Josep Hernandez Martinez out of Spain. Speaks several languages, specializes in high quality rebuilt 50s - 80s vintage European radios. I was looking for an old radio, I think newfangled digital radios look out of place in older cars, even though the new radios do sound good. I found this guy through a link on one of the English sites, bought a Blaupunkt Frankfurt from the early 70s to go in the '74 Jr. Z, fit perfectly and looks great. Works perfectly as well, even down to the light @ night. He's very responsive to emailed questions, if you find a radio you like, he can email you more detailed photos. Super service, and everything arrived quickly & in even better condition than he described. His web site is fun to surf through and is updated with new inventory often. He caters to the Porsche/Old VW/BMW crowd, but does a lot of stuff with Alfa guys as well & is familiar with the cars and what fits them (the Jr. Z had an old style dash cut-out, he knew what fit). Enjoyable person to do business with. Bruce
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Alfa hardtops

How about www.smoothline.com for reproduction hartops for the Alfa Spider and Duetto.

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http://www.alfissimo.com/, Lots of 164 Specific parts!

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Although not listed by any of the previously mentioned comprehensive list www.classicwiring.com formerly, www.autoitaliasportiva.com offers a complete line of wire harness for many European vehicles. Finished products only.
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I called Linea Rossa the other day and was told that they are no longer in the parts supply business. Too bad.....

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In Australia, PACE Engineering does all bits mechanical performace for 105 and 116 series cars. Engine & suspension, a bit like Shankle used to be .
(We make and export the aluminium T-bars for 105`s).
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Serpent Autosport Website Update

Hi Everybody,

Thought I would let you know I have updated my site with info and photos of new products. Check it out and let me know if I can help you.

www.serpentautosport.com

Keep the Revs Up,

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great stuff...thanks

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post #26 of 137 (permalink) Old 08-21-2005, 07:33 PM
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Came across these today:

www.automobilia.nl

Some interesting parts here -

http://stores.ebay.com/DeNoya-Tradin...enameZL2QQtZkm

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post #27 of 137 (permalink) Old 11-13-2005, 07:59 PM
 
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yo

hey everyone i wanted to know where i can get the cover for the rubber fin in the back i dont really like the rubber if someone can point me in the right direction
it would be great
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GoldCloverLeaf,

You are joking about DeNoya, right?

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What... dont you find a Horse Drawn Doctors Buggy interesting? :P

Seriously tho.. there seems to be a lot of Alfa unobtanium there, even if some prices are are a bit optimistic. Thought it might help someone out! Lots of panels, bumpers, interior bits etc.

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You might want to read back a bit. Do a search on the BB for DeNoya. He makes for some interesting reading. You may be able to buy other 'investments' from him also...

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