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I found this in a box from a long time ago...approx 40 years. I was keeping it back for my engine if I ever needed one.
It has 9 tooth gears. The oil relief piston is new as you can see as is the spring. The bore is smooth. This comes with the gooseneck and a spare bottom housing.
A new pump is $560 from Classic Alfa (out of stock) plus $150 for the pick-up. $710 and that doesn't include the bottom housing.
$750 (firm) plus postage.
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I found this in a box from a long time ago...approx 40 years. I was keeping it back for my engine if I ever needed one.
It has 9 tooth gears. The oil relief piston is new as you can see as is the spring. The bore is smooth. This comes with the gooseneck and a spare bottom housing.
A new pump is $560 from Classic Alfa (out of stock) plus $150 for the pick-up. $710 and that doesn't include the bottom housing.
$750 (firm) plus postage.
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Which bottom housing is the spare? 750 (short), 11t (101 1300), or 9t (101 1600?)

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Jim
 

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Which bottom housing is the spare? 750 (short), 11t (101 1300), or 9t (101 1600?)

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Great question. I never considered anything else but a 9 tooth. So I took apart a spare 2L oil pump and put the two gears in the housing. The gears turned freely, so it is for a 101 9 tooth. If you need measurements, I can provide those for the asking.
 

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Yes, this one is a parts pump. Made from either a 105 or 2L upper. I often build pumps from many different version components to match customers needs. The 9 tooth straight cut gear set for a 2L does not fit a 105 pump unstepped main shaft, so if this one has straight cut gears from a 2L pump, in the studded 101 type lower body, it had a 2L upper, and it is not even close to mechanically correct as a high speed "veloce" pump Chris.
 

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Given what you have said, then what I have is not what I thought it was when I picked this up some time ago. The best thing to do is to pull this off the market. This is no longer for sale. Thank you for the advice.
 
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