My 200k mile spider wore Shankle sway bars for most of it's life, as well as a throttle relocation kit, and a Sure-Start at one point.
As a 20-something getting into Alfas I also drooled over the catalog regularly. I still have an AR Ricambi catalog I use as reference.
As an engineer with an MBA I'm not surprised they folded. People who buy 20 year old cars don't normally spend a ton on aftermarket parts, especially on cars that didn't need much help to begin with. No surprise they eventually closed up.
I met an Alfisti recently who's making really nice hotrod parts for Subarus. As a professor once said "Find a parade and get in front of it." He found a big parade and is doing quite well.
Ian Lomax - Current: 1973 Berlina, 1984 GTV6, 1987 Milano Platinum "racecar"
Past: 71, 74 Spiders, 2x 74 Berlina, 74 GTV, 76 Alfetta GT, 88 Milano 3.0, 97 164LS