I just remembered something else in the history of my car.
Like I said, I bought it from Antonio Albacete, mechanic / driver, founder of ME-PRE, workshop where racing cars prepared especially for circuits.
When I bought the car, the nose was cut after an accident, and had something like 124 sport.
Antonio did not know how was the original, or would not restore the car, and certainly in Spain there was no replacement for a Zagato.
I bought in Italy all spare parts for the nose, except for intermittent I could not get at the time, and this is the reason why I got those in the picture, they would be screwed to the plate that held the headlights and not the original ones to grip below.
The plastic front were very difficult to get, but I found a subsidiary of Alfa, on Via Appia in Rome, and I brought three sets.
I mount the front plastics, and because the car had no front bumpers, in the first opportunity, whichever was parked ahead of my car, broke them..
Then, and before they broke me again those plastics, and in the same workshop where I fixed the nose, I adapted an R 18 bumper, which was the least bad seemed, and that is the one seen in the photos.
After I, nobody will break the plastic anymore.
In the meanwhile, I continued searching the original bumpers, but I sold the car to Antonio Albacete again, before I found them.
This whole story arouses my nostalgia Zagato, which certainly was the most exclusive sports I had (which were a few).
I hope to see more pictures of the restoration process, but in Piel de Toro, for some reason, I can not open your pics.
A cordial greetings to all Alfisti.
Last edited by Jesus Jimenez; 01-14-2015 at 03:23 AM.