Alfa Stop sells new three shoe brake linings or you can send your shoes to Classic Alfa for relining. I would probably buy brake linings from Alfa Stop and have a local brake shop rivet the linings to your brake shoes. I have always riveted my lining to my brake shoes using a small manual riveting device.
That's an easy one: the "go to" place is Brake Materials & Parts in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. See: Home -
The proprietor there knows early Alfa brakes inside & out, is easy to deal with, super fast turn-around times, .... Only downside is that you will spend a few bucks shipping your heavy parts back and forth to Indiana. They will want the drums, as well as shoes, in order to arc the shoes properly.
Do NOT make the mistake I made initially, and use a local shop to reline your Giulia shoes. Heavy trucks are the primary users of drum brakes today - local shops will accept your job, but will install rock-hard lining material which just won't work on your light Giulia.
I amtrying to find some good leads on this Alfa Romeo color. Does anybody have good pictures or good source have the correct code and paint manufacturer that has the correct mix. Are they two different colors? Thank you.
So I'm starting a new thread to tell a bit about the restoration of my Giulietta. More info soon. But first I have a question.
The upper frame rails that hold the front upper suspension arms are slightly banana shaped (see picture). The picture is taken from above and both inner and outer...
Would like to correspond with people who have rebuilt 750 and very early 101 "Kidney-shaped" steering gears.
NOTE: the "square-shaped" (2nd photo) steering gears are completely different inside, so they are not of interest.