The ends of the items in the above picture do not match all of the 2000 side trims that I have seen. Whether the trim is for the US spec or Euro spec, the ends are formed as "chisels" with no rounded corner. The only exception are for the Euro spec where the upper piece crosses the door, and the ends are more square rather than pointed as in a chisel. In any case, the curved corner looks like a 2600 shape to me.
reading Dons description of his side spears,i looked at mine that came off of my 2600 spider and am thinking these may not be correct,they are like a chisel at the ends like Don said. answer anyone. thanks chris
All of the 102 side trim I've seen has a trapezoidal cross section. Yours appears to be a triangular cross section. I've not seen your version on either a 102 or 106, but I hesitate to claim yours are incorrect for either, given the tendency toward odd exceptions from both Alfa and Touring.
hi Don,its possible some past owner found these spears from something else,and fitted them to the car as I found part of a metal ice cream sign used as wing repair!,i have not fitted the spears back to the car yet,may think about Franco"s post saying he is making them,but trying to cut the spending at present. thanks chris