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I'm considering using the engine mount from this site:
http://www.alfacybersite.com/ACSEngineStand.html

I want to use this for a 1963 Giulia Spider Normale 1600 engine.

Has anyone used this?
How did you like it?
Does anyone have one they would like to sell? I tried sending an E mail to Jim Steck & it bounced back. There is a PDF drawing of this mount & I could have my welder make one.

ACSJSEngAdapter.jpg

ACSJSEngAdptEng.jpg





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Larry McKeough
 

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Thanks Erik,

It's hard to tell from the photos, what holds the adapter into the engine stand? Also if you turn the motor is there a way to secure it?

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Larry, the adaptor has holes which line up with the engine stand. You just put a pin (screwdriver) through the hole in the position you want. On mine there is a hole every 90 degrees. If you have Alfa motors apart routinely like I do, it is a very valuable tool!

Is Steck still selling them? I thought Biba was now making them. If nothing else, it wouldn't be difficult to make one if you have a welder.
 

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Guy in California who restores old cars including Alfas. I believe he has a current thread on GTV door hinges. You should be able to find him that way.
 
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