The wiper motor is very similar to that used on many British sportscars of the time. I know that the motor on a Triumph TR3 is pretty close. Try one of the big British suppliers like Moss Motors or Victoria British (or a British car boneyard) and see if you can find something that matches if you have the correct one for comparison.
AROC-USA National Concours Chair
1961 2000 Spider
Hi Jay -
Thanks for the reply. I can't actually say what's wrong with it as it is not my car. It belongs to a friend who lives in Tokyo, and keeps his car at his Summer house in southern France. He asked for my assistance as I have a good record tracking down obscure vintage car parts for my own fleet of oddballs. His mechanic in France says these are made from unobtainium, but I knew somebody out there had to have usable replacements. If you had one for sale, or had a good source for doing rebuilds, I would be ever so grateful . . . .
I always envy my friends with E-types and Pagoda SL's for all the period model cars and plastic model kits available on the market. The offerings for Alfa Romeo 2000 Touring Spiders are few and far between. Hence, I was over the moon to find an absolute mint Alfa Romeo modeling kit, scale 1:32...
I am looking for any leads on who might be the current owner of this car. The car has failed to sell twice at auction now, and I wanted to contact the owner directly rather than go through the auction company. If you know who the owner might be, I sure would appreciate any leads. The car is...
since two or three month I'm working again on my Alfa. I hope he will come back to the street this year. Today I installed the Vitaloni outside mirror and the new washer blades. Now I have to do some little things and wait untill the snow and salt is away from the streets! Here some...
I have a good news for you: 10305 RESTORATION IS STARTED.
In June 2016 Frame-off and now the reproduction of many chassis parts like rear and boot floor, panels draws to a close.
It was necessary to control car on the car bench due to a bump near the left front wheel.