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  1. Duetto nel Texas - Fix-up thread!

    Spider - 105 & 115 Series (1966-1994)
    A couple of weeks ago I went to the Hill Country Alfa club “coffee and cars” at Mozart’s in Austin and somebody (who shall remain nameless in case these postings prove to be incredibly boring) said “you should do a restoration thread on the Alfa BB”. Well....let’s give it a shot. Though for...
  2. Galveston Tour - October 15, 2011

    Scuderia Houston - Houston Alfa Romeo Owners Club
    Date: Saturday October 15, 2011 Place: Riverpark Shopping Center - US 59 south at the Grand Parkway / Crabb River Road. Starbucks is in front of the HEB on the NW corner of the intersection. Time: Meet at 8:30; Tour rolls out at 9:00. Distance: ±123 miles - there will be two short stops to...
  3. Restoration shop in the DFW area?

    LSAROC - Lone Star Alfa Romeo Owners Club
    I'm in the process of restoring my dad's '77 Spider. The rear quarters, rockers, and floor pans need to be replaced. I don't have a big enough garage to do it in, so I'm looking for a good body shop to do the metal work. I've already been by Vick Auto in Fort Worth and they won't touch metal...
  4. Restoration shop in the DFW area?

    Car Restoration
    I'm in the process of restoring my dad's '77 Spider. The rear quarters, rockers, and floor pans need to be replaced. I don't have a big enough garage to do it in, so I'm looking for a good body shop to do the metal work. I've already been by Vick Auto in Fort Worth and they won't touch metal...
  5. Info And Pictures Wanted For Abandoned West Texas 6C2500 Berlinetta by Touring

    Limited Production (1910-1949)
    Info And Pictures Wanted For Abandoned Central Texas 6C2500 Berlinetta by Touring I am looking for any and all information and pictures of an early postwar (the book says 1947) 6C2500 three-window Berlinetta with Touring coachwork that was featured in the book "Hemmings Abandoned Autos". The...
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