Not aftermarket, in that it was installed as part of the MM package. It's a Borg, if memory serves.
The cold start is a solenoid. The hand throttle is simply that. The owners manual says after starting you can use the hand throttle to adjust the rpm. It can be used as a crude cruise control but there is no brake defeat so at your own risk….Sorry to dwell on the interior, but I'm pretty fascinated by all the differences.
I guess the MM Edition and Velocissima were dealer installed accessory packs and different dealers had different ideas of where things should go?
Here is the switch and clock placement on my '79 MM. My foglight switch is mounted to a plastic angle piece.
I'm assuming the Holley knob is an aftermarket choke, while the handle labeled "Throttle" would be the stock cold start mechanism? My car had the SPICA replaced by a rack of Dellorto DHLA 40s at some point.
Ok, I'm done hijacking the thread, I promise.
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Well the origins are generic aftermarket for sure, but they did officially come on alfa MM’s as factory spec as you mentionedNot aftermarket, in that it was installed as part of the MM package. It's a Borg, if memory serves.
My AC controls look just like yours.Ha, once again different. Thanks for the Photo.
I was wondering about your choke knob. I thought it fit awfully well for a owner addition.My AC controls look just like yours.
Just noticed my Holley choke knob is in the exact same spot as what looks like a gauge backlight dimmer on your car. Even seems to have the same plastic surround.
What model Blaupunkt stereo do you have? I have a modern Alpine head unit, but I'd like to put mine back to original. Are your speakers Pioneer?