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I've seen similar clamps with notches (2, 3, 4) used as separators for hard fuel injection lines. Also seen used as brake or fuel line separators on the underbody of newer cars.
 

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Are these window closing clamps from an Alfa.
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Ken, Could be VW, I heard they are similar. It could be Alfa but I don't recognize them.
 

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Are these Alfa Parts or What? #1 pair right and pair left differ from each other . Holes match paddle (top) ends differ.

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#1 reminds me of the steering travel stops on Alfas? You need to clean part #2
 

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Alfa valve springs? The 4 on top in the 1st photo and the 4 on the right in the 2nd photo are the ones under suspicion. For comparison, a known pair of Alfa valve springs, inner and outer. The questionable springs are about as tall as the Alfa inner but about 24,5 mm in diameter, and they won't fit inside the outer Alfa springs. Alfa inners are about 3mm smaller in dia.
 

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Fuel gauge and clock. Assumed the clock was from an Alfa Berlina, not sure about the Veglia Borletti fuel gauge?
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