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Dear all,
Does someone know how to identify the original tools for 1900 css, 3rd series from 1956?
Some wrenches have "alfa romeo" on one and "made in italy" on the backside, some have a 5 digit no on the backside.

How many grams had the original hammer, 300 g?

And who was the manufacturer of the original jack?

Thanks a lot for helping and supporting

Best regrads
John
 

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Dear all,
Does someone know how to identify the original tools for 1900 css, 3rd series from 1956?
Some wrenches have "alfa romeo" on one and "made in italy" on the backside, some have a 5 digit no on the backside.

How many grams had the original hammer, 300 g?

And who was the manufacturer of the original jack?

Thanks a lot for helping and supporting

Best regrads
John
Re: wrenches, the variety doesn't stop with the made in Italy script or part number on the back. There are small numbers as well as large numbers, along with thick and thin wrenches, black, cad or chrome plated (2000/2600). Shown are three different 18 x 21 wrenches. I could have thrown in a chrome one (made in Italy variety) but I left it at three.

Some say 200 g for the hammer, some say 300 g.
 

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