Hi Bill-I'm looking for the plastic shelf (under glovebox) for my '69 Berlina. I read a thread where you posted that you might have one available. If so, I'd like to purchase it please. I'm in Chicago. Thanks, Todd 978-273-5211
I'm working on a 71 GTV that came with a blown 1750 engine. It also came with a 'fresh" 1750 engine with weber DCOE 40 MM carburators. Where things are a bit onfusing for me is with regard to the flyweel. The one on the "fresh" 1750 is a 105 tooth gear ring. From what I've read on the AlfaBB, 105 toothed flywheels are for 1600 engines and not 1750's. I've been trying to find a definitive method for identifying the block that I have. I shutter to think that it's actually a 1600 and not a 1750. I've just poured a boat load of money into carrillo rods, pistons, and wetliners for a 1750 rebuild. Plus I did stage 4 head work on the head. Essentially, I could have a 1600 engine with a stage 4 head with 1750 pistons, rods, and wetliners. UGH!
Any thoughts or words of encouragement? I think I may be getting sick in a minute.
In regards to your question about the belly pan for a Duetto.
I had a Duetto for a few years and was going to use this part for replacement of the Belly pan. Obviously I was going to have to cut and flange the panel to fit the part decending from the duetto grill. Not to try to push my part.......
The fellow who had a GTV done at the place in Seattle is Peter D., here in NJ, but I don't know his screen name. Is there anyway to get someone's screen name i you know his 'real' name? It was nice talking to you today about GTV restoration woes! -Clay L., NJ