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I'm cleaning out my garage because I have no space to work. Place is littered with old damaged parts and... "Alfa parts"? My first Alfa came with about 1/10th of a Canadian schooner (and 1/1000th of a Chris Craft, thanks Jim G). It was abandoned in a storage locker (the car, the ship was nowhere in sight) so I'll never uncover the reason to that mystery. I think I have almost discarded all of the ship parts, but I know I made a mistake and discarded a new condition Alfa mechanical fuel pump when I didn't know any better. I don't want to make that mistake again as I clear out the garage so... can anyone identify these parts as Alfa parts, and if they are trash or good cores?

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Starts off easy, driveshaft center support with torn rubber, two exhaust headers someone cut in half, clutch master made of rust (good core for a rebuilder??), a few engine mounts with bad rubber, and what I believe is an accelerator pedal linkage but from what car I do not know. Any of this useful to keep around or does someone want it for price of shipping?

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Round two. A fuel filter or pressure regulator, for an Alfa? Some mystery plastic reservoirs, a mystery plastic that looks like a battery tray (is it for an Alfa?). A piece of chrome trim. Two chrome mystery items I don't think go on my Alfa but again, I don't want to accidentally discard a 1956 Giluia part thinking it goes on a boat.
 

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Battery tray is a 105 Alfa item, would fit GT, Berlina or Spider with front mounted battery.
Next photo, the black tank is a fuel vapor canister from a Spica car.
 

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The last picture of the 2 chrome pieces. They are Chris Craft pre war hull vents for the 1941 and 1942 year model runabouts. 50.00 each will probably get you a quick sale on ebay. really worth about 75.00 each.
 
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The last picture of the 2 chrome pieces. They are Chris Craft pre war hull vents for the 1941 and 1942 year model runabouts. 50.00 each will probably get you a quick sale on ebay. really worth about 75.00 each.
You have a good eye for this! They're now up on eBay $145 for the pair accepting offers. Nice chunk of cash I'll turn into more Alfa Romeo parts.

I'll keep the battery tray and vapor canister, the stainless slat is indeed from a grille - I didn't even know those were removable. Good to know as it will make polishing the grille for the pre-dimple bumpers I'm working on.

Any thoughts on the driveshaft center section and motor mounts, can those be repaired with fresh rubbers, would anyone want them, or are they trash?

Filter looks like it might be a filter king, doesn't look quite like the one on my running car so I'm unsure. The little dial attached inline between two hoses looks like some type of flow regulator, these might end up back in the parts bin just in case.
 

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The thing that says Perko on it is a boat part. Along with the the grey thing with the handle with the black end is a boat part.

Pitch the motor mounts and the center support. There no good.

The chrome thing with the dial is a fuel pressure regulator for a car.
 
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