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  1. Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Good evening everyone, A couple days ago my passenger seat belt receiver gave up the ghost. One click and the plastic fell apart. I see classic Alfa has some available but they are a completely different style from whats on my car. Does anyone have a period correct 1974 spider passenger sear...
  2. Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Hey guys, ive been in search of some replacement buckles for my car. My 74 Spider came with a set of original lap belts and buckles, but the passenger buckle is broken and in need of replacing. It also came with a set of 3 point belts attached to the roll bar, neither of those have buckles...
  3. 164 & 168 (1991-1995)
    Hi, As many of you know, there are counterfeit items out there but the most recent one I bought was a Gates cambelt for my 24v 164. Having bought several of these before and always being away of counterfeit possibilities when buying on ebay, rather than from a trusted supplier like Alfissimo, I...
  4. 164 & 168 (1991-1995)
    Hi, One of the rear seat belts in a 194 164 Super has developed an issue retracting itself. The yank/lock operation remains fine but the recoil spring system seems weak or somehow sort of jammed. Yank on the belt and it will lock but put it on and it will have a lot of slack the spring system is...
  5. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    Uh, there is no timing belt. Wow. Serpentine belt only. NEVER MIND. (Edited) Any leads on a real Alfa mechanic in East Coast Central Florida would be appreciated. Kip
  6. 164 & 168 (1991-1995)
    Hi, Have discovered the serpentine belt tensioner pivot on my 1995, 24v 3.0 164 is worn. It seems to have a sleeve which, in theory, could be replaced. Has anyone tried this or found any other fix? Thanks
  7. Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    Hi All! I recently got my Alfa started up for the first time in a few months and in the maiden voyage around the block lost a well worn v-belt. I was wondering if there was any standard procedure to replace it. Upon inspection I've found that there is not enough clearance between an element...
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