Night before: Spray 3M adhesive remover liberally around the circumference of the Alfa badge on that beautiful grille. Drink a few brews, go to bed. Next morning: Headlights: Loosen all front screws surrounding the headlamps (these are the aim adjustment screws for each lamp) after a liberal dousing with Liquid Wrench or PB Blast. With a screwdriver, pliers, small sturdy paint scraper, drill, and several sizes of drill bits, sit down in front of the car facing the grille. Look at the top right of each headlight assembly, and you will see a small wire spring clip tensioned over a post. Carefully pry the spring clip wire up and over the post (to your right) until it is free. Grasp the right side of each headlamp assembly and gently pull/pry on the right side (as you sit facing the car). Be patient, wiggle, watch, and work it. A few turns in and out now and then on the adjustment screws can help. Do this until those screws will easily back all the way out loosely. Be careful prying against that plastic grill! Once the right side of each lamp assembly pivots forward and out, gently wiggle the rest of the headlight forward and out.
Next is the grille. At the bottom of the center Alfa triangle, there is an aluminum rivet retaining the bottom of the triangle center grille. I apologize if you already know how but here's how to drill out a rivet. Select a drill bit approximately the same size as the entire head of the rivet. Carefully drill until the head of the rivet breaks free and spins about your drill bit. Stop. Change bits to one the size of the center shank of the rivet, and drill carefully straight through. Once the rivet is out, pry the Alfa Badge out from the center grille with the paint scraper. It's held in place by two posts and adhesive, which is now softened by your 3M spray job last night. Once removed, a single screw is revealed which will then remove the center chrome grille. Place it on a red satin pillow, it's so cool. You will now tackle the black plastic grille pieces. All are held in place by rivets, so repeat the drill-out procedure until each grille piece is free. The plastic is probably too brittle to survive completely intact unless you are talented or lucky, be prepared to chew up an edge or two or have a brittle piece crack on you but it's nothing that can't be repaired. Brake lights are simple; remove the outside lenses and inside cover panel revealing the lamp housing assemblies. Locate the retaining screws and out they come. Have not tackled the steering wheel yet, its next. If you get stuck holler.
NOTE: Don't confuse the nut plates for the headlight adjustment scews for rivets when drilling out the black plastic grille pieces. They can look similar to a large rivet when everything is covered in years of grime.