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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-06-2019, 09:58 PM Thread Starter
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I really want to finish my Berlina

Hi there,

I really want to finish my Berlina.
Unfortunately, with years, I lost some parts that I am looking now. I already ask for them in the "wanted" section, but without success.

Can somebody could help me ?

So I need :

1°) For the closing system of the bonnet.

- the 2 barrels for bonnet => red line on the picture

- the 2 plastic part (left and right side) => blue line on the picture

- and, because I can't figure out how is working, the driver side locking part => green line on the picture.
I have a ton of these parts, but none of them work in "mirror" of the one on the passenger side. Somebody tried to explain me how it works, I don't understand. I think it's my limited mind.... !!

2°) For the front grill :

- the little chromed part showed in the picture

3°) For the heater :

- the 2 plastic tubes on the right side of the heater parts picture => orange arrow

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Hi Chris I'll have a look in my spares and see if I can help. Regards your mate in Brisbane

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How different is the heat diffuser than one from a Spider? https://www.ebay.com/itm/Alfa-Romeo-...sAAOSwBQhc3jpV

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post #4 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-08-2019, 07:40 AM Thread Starter
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Maybe some great parts coming from Brisbane ?

@ 6alfas, same look, but different dimensions.

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where did you get those diagrams from? Is that an Alfa Parts manual? Are they still available?

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Steve,

The diagrams are coming from the original spare parts catalog. Not for sale, sorry. But sometimes, you have one copy for sale on ebay.

You have one for sale now : ebay

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[QUOTE=pescara;8465552]Maybe some great parts coming from Brisbane ? :smile
Sorry mate I don't have anything I can help with. But I will try a contact I have in Melbourne. Regards John

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I can go look at my latch, I believe both side are the same latch. I can also shoot a video so you see how it works.

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@ archeologist, yes, if you can make some pictures and a video...

If they are the same latches, one is working in mirror face to the other one. If you look closely at one latch, it's working just in a single way.

So how can the other latch (in mirror) could work in the opposite way ? I don't understand. If you can explain me how it's work, I will be very happy :-)) (others tried to explain me, without succes)

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I know someone who can probably help you on the missing parts.
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Alas, the one grill piece I have, besides being pitted, is for the side you already have. I have the hood spring rods but they would be expensive to ship from the U.S. I also remember salvaging those plastic hood pieces from a hood that was being scrapped but I'm not sure where they are. I probably have all the heater pieces that you are looking for but they are in storage and I won't be able to look for them (and the hood plastic pieces) until the weekend. Let me know if you find them somewhere else.

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Hi Bill

I'm not in a hurry
I am interested in parts.

Chris

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