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  1. S2 Spider Console Switch Identification

    Electrical, Chassis & Lighting
    Hello, I'm looking for some help in identifying a switch located on the center console of my 1981 Spider. It's the switch located between the driver electric window switch and the seat belt light. I've attached an image below. Does anyone know what this switch does? -Nick
  2. air conditioning series 2?

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    hi, I'm new to this forum so forgive any silly questions in advance please. I'm looking at buying a series 2 Spider (European version) but since the pretense for this is that it will be a gift to my wife, I'm instructed not to buy anything that doesn't or can't have a good working air...
  3. Resurrecting a 1971 1750 Spider

    Car Restoration
    Greetings: Oops, I did it again. My heart strings were plucked by fuzzy photos of a forlorn 1750 Spider, wasting away the time in a storage shed in the wilds of Michigan's Northern Peninsula. So here it sits in my driveway. I saw it on Craigslist, but it also appeared here...
  4. Wanted Seats for a 1977 Spider

    Alfa Romeo Parts For Sale & Wanted
    Title pretty much says it all. The old seat frames were rusted beyond repair, so I replaced them with a set of Corbeaus about 4 years ago. They're good seats, but just too big for the Alfa. Even if they are pretty ratty, as long as the frames are in good shape, I can re-upholster them...
  5. 1982 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce

    Picture Room
    Here's photos of my new project car, Sophia, a 1982 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce that I bought on eBay for $2500 last November. I have already replaced, with the assistance of BJ at Italian Motor Service in Spicewood the: clutch, gaskets, three brake calipers, the master cylinder, the parking brake...
  6. Panel Welding Progress.

    Car Restoration
    Panel Welding Progress & Kamm Tail Restoration. Time to post an update on the Spider body work. The side marker holes will be welded shut to look "Euro". Step #1 was to grind off the paint using a wire wheel.
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