I believe that you can get a generic wiper blade refill and cut it to size. The Wiper Blades I have are 18" so they do a slightly better job of clearing the Windscreen.
Yes, Steve is correct, they were a TRICO design made under license by Carello. Far as I know, they have not been available for some time... until now.
Sorry for being a spoil-sport but even though it might not feel right for such an Italian diva factory original Montreals have a complete Bosch wiping mechanism and the cars only ever came with stainless 16‘‘ (40 cm) Bosch Type 1178 wiper blades in the conventional design albeit with the rare 9mm straight stick-on fitting.
Bruce Taylor once more already said it all on his website and page 119 of The Essential Companion. Patrick Dasse’s press pictures of the production car on page 214 ff. also show the Bosch wipers, and if you are still not convinced just check the original Montreal manual und parts catalogue. And I swear I had already bought wire type wipers myself before I checked.
Luckily I found some originals now on Italian Ebay, search word: spazzole tergicristallo Alfa Montreal. From time to time some still seem to come up.
i have some more Montreal parts for sale.
let me know if you are interested.
also have engines, gearboxes and much more...
rear lights are in very very nice condition (I think)
more parts to follow
Does anyone here have a car with the "Shield" type Bertone Badge for the Front Fender? I believe they were on early cars, the later cars have the "Skeleton" type. I need an Overall Height and Width please. Thanks!
I recently get the gaskets from OKP and they informed instructions or recommendations are not available from the manufacturer. They said the gaskets must be installed professionaly by someone who knows the procedures. I did not find anyone at Elring who could provide guidance. Any help will be...
My Montreal came with an black ATE model 151 brake booster, an ATE M/C but the reservoir is a Bonaldi. The 71 parts catalog only shows an ATE part # 3.1642.1701.4 for the whole unit . The 75 parts catalog shows a Bonaldi M/C and booster assembly part# 14-06840 (which I believe was yellow zinc...
If you're in the market, I'm selling my Alfa Montreal at the Gooding & Co. auction in Scottsdale next month at no reserve so it's not coming home. It's a solid #2 car with no rust and excellent cosmetics.