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post #886 of 1678 (permalink) Old 09-05-2011, 11:31 AM
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Beautifull from inside as well. In most cases original interior is still the best choice I think. Those interior lights looks very nice and reminds me that mine doesn't work

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I like the brushed panels. Tsu did that on his Olandase car also. Pino plaques on my Pino car with a Pino snake just do not stand out at all. And a gold snake. How did you do that?? Very nice!!

Indeed the guys in the Pino GT were Finn. Maybe others there were also. Willie would know. You need to get in with that group. Hard core Alfisti, like Santos!!

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Quarter Light Window Regulators

I noticed that you have a window latch on the passenger side window but not on the driver side - puzzles me. Reason for asking is that I have same difference on my Super 1300 '71-'72 under resto.

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Just saw that I didn't include any pictures of the interior itself (which was also completely refurbished). Just went for the stock "wild boar" Alfatex fabric with which the car was delivered to the first owner in 1970:







Intirior lighting fully functioning:





Nope, not the correct original rear view mirror, but this one was already installed when I got the car year's ago, and it it's much nicer than the original item, I decided to keep it, as it's part of the car's history...

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Hi Per,

Very funny y'r asking me today about the drivers window latch, as yesterday evening, I finally came about to gluing on the missing latch! Yes, on the picture which I posted earlier it was still missing... :-)

As I needed to make a "spacer" in order to ensure proper closing of this window with the latch, it took some more time (and 2 different kinds of glue: glas - metal + metal - metal). I'll post a picture this evening (WE time).

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Finally succeeded in mounting the window latch! First effort was a fail, as the next morning, the latch was already lying on the driver's seat.

2nd effort was succesfull using a special Glas - metal binding glue





Do note that in order to make the latch fit, I first had to make an alu "base" on witch the latch could be mounted. It was impossible to make the window close just using only the original latch, distance window vs. chrome strip was just too big...

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That's interesting. I have a 65, 72 and 76 Super and none had window latches. Just the hand cranks. My 69 Spider has the latches and no hand cranks. What years did they add them to Supers?? Perhaps this is only a TI and/or 1300 thing??

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- '70 1300 TI, 2L/4.10LSD, white/black - for a short while only . . .
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Indeed Anfanuts, These latches were typical for the more "economical" models.. (1300 / 1300TI / 1600S (?))

If more optimistic, one could also say that these were more typical for the "sportier" versions, as these latches result in a significant weight saving over the more "cumbersome" hand cranks.

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Much lighter when they fall off too! :P

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Indeed Anfanuts, These latches were typical for the more "economical" models.. (1300 / 1300TI / 1600S (?))

If more optimistic, one could also say that these were more typical for the "sportier" versions, as these latches result in a significant weight saving over the more "cumbersome" hand cranks.
Thanks. That for pre-72's. But the bodies and interior were unified between the 1300's and 1600's in 1972 with the so-called "Unificata" Supers (72-74) and continuing with the Nuova Supers (74-77).

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December in Finland

As some of my friends have asked what kind of weather there currently is in Finland here is the picture, the fresh one, took it less than one hour ago
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Same car as in post #131 but now it is mine (and has a few more bits put on).

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Nice!

Kevin,

Congrats, great color.

And thanks for maintaining the Milano Registry.

I find out at 10am today if I will be joining as a Milano owning member.

I am going to see a 2 owner 87 Gold today, hopefully it is as nice as the seller says and I will be driving it home this afternoon.

I will post pictures if the deal goes down as planned.

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