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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-11-2018, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Milano front Grill not stock?

The grill on my car looks different than any other Milano. Is this piece an aftermarket part? Any value? Stripping my car.
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This type of grill was discussed a few threads down under "Milano rear badge replacement". Apparently it is a euro 75 grill, but was also used on a few later us milanos.

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This type of grill was discussed a few threads down under "Milano rear badge replacement". Apparently it is a euro 75 grill, but was also used on a few later us milanos.

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Sought after at all or just a grill like the other grill?
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That grill came stock only on 1989 Milanos (USA Market). But they were available earlier in non-USA markets. Alfa 75s were sold through 1992 elsewhere.

When painted, they look spiffy. Yours does look very tired, though. Might not be worth saving.

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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-12-2018, 03:36 AM
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That type of grill is available new fro $112 at Centerline.

https://www.centerlinealfa.com/catal...ll-milano-euro

Clean it up and post better pictures.

In the pictures you have posted it's hard to tell if it cracked or is that just the paint cracking and splintering. If it's structurally sound it has some value.

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Yes some people like those as an upgrade, it's probably worth $20.

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