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Long shot I know, but my rusty but otherwise complete car missing these items.
Similarly if anyone is aware of repro examples being produced anywhere I'd be grateful for the info.

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I think Alfa Franjo did the blanking plate.
 

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I had hopes there but looks like they only do the later versions (will ask now incase they hold something in older inventory!)
 

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Looks like the one... Didn't see listed for sale but have mailed so fingers crossed. Many thanks for the heads up.
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I have a coffee can with several old lighters. Condition unknown. Does anyone out there have a tutorial for rebuilding / restoring the old lighters?
 
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Am missing the push in part....in some respects I'm not concerned if it actually works but Lighter_101Giulia.jpg plugs the ugly hole in the dash.
 

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Sorry, I have the other style, drop-in cig lighters.
 

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I have a coffee can with several old lighters. Condition unknown. Does anyone out there have a tutorial for rebuilding / restoring the old lighters?
I;'ve rebuilt a few of them, theres not a lot to them. Usually, typically the fuse on the back side gets melted thru. If you bypass the fuse, you can measure with a voltmeter whether they are shorted (sometimes , and then you have to fix the sliding contact) or open (again, either the sliding contact, or the element). They can be fiddly for sure.
 
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