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hey Guys.
Anyone know of any good Junior Z sites on the internet that I can have a look at.
Things like parts,restoration,originality.

Thanks


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i second Gordy's recommendation. there is an outstanding 'buyer's guide' there by the late Chris Koopmann with unavailable-anywhere-else photos of a partially disassembled, in process of restoration Jr Z.

there is also a discussion forum associated with that website that gets some interesting threads.

enjoy-

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Thanks guys.
Great site.
Keeps me inspired.
Wish i could find that air vent cover(original).

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Hey Jason,

Good luck with the retoration. I do not think that Junior Z's came with a radio plate. If I recall the dash's correctly, the 1300 came in one piece with a rectangle "indentation"/ set back under the three center instruments to be cut out where a radio would go (Though one molded dash piece).

The 1600 came without that "indentation" and it was flat molded plastic.

The seat looks like an early 911/ BMW 2002 sport seat made by Recaro (69 - 73).

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ok, first of all, that is SO cool. who's site is that?

and secondly, do you know:
- what kind of driver's seat is that?
- did Jr Zs come with radio cutout covers like that?

thanks for posting that link.

-jason
Hello Jason, it is my site (and I was curious, why so many visitors from this board arrived). I did that Panorama several years ago.

I'm glad that you like it, but I'm sad, I can't answer your questions. The car is one from a friend of a friend of a friend (from time to time I do such pictures if I find an interesting interior ), so I don't have any further information to share.

But if you own a car with an intersting interior and come to Essen in Germany (twice a year this town hosts great fairs for oldtimer fans, the "TECHNO-CLASSICA ESSEN" and the "Essen Motor Show") send me a message, maybe I can do a panorama of your car.
 

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Indentation for the radio

Hello fellow Zagato enthousiasts,

Let me introduce myself. My name is Olaf Roeten. I will be known here as Zagato_Olaf and live in the Netherlands (Holland), about 20 miles southeast of Amsterdam. I own a GT 1300 Junior Zagato with the chassisnumber 1801112.

I saw your question concerning an indentation for the radio in the dashboard. That is correct. Mine still has the indentation and not a plate that covers the hole that many JZ's have because it was cut into the panel. A lot of them had a radio installed on delivery and the standard Alfa Romeo plate for a radio fits the gap on a number of JZ's I have seen.

Ciao! Zagato_Olaf
 

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hey Guys.
Anyone know of any good Junior Z sites on the internet that I can have a look at.
Things like parts,restoration,originality.

Thanks


Robert
Hi Robert,

You might try the following dutch site where a GT 1300 Junior Zagato is fully being restored and a photografic record is kept of every stage!
Look in http://www.mulano.nl/restau/zagato/index.html

And if you want to know something about Junior Zagato's you could e-mail [email protected] or [email protected]. We manage the Dutch based Register Junior Zagato Holland (not related to the site www.zagato-cars.com).

Our register was founded in the 80's and is a part of the Dutch Alfa Romeo Owners Club (or Stichting Club van Alfa Romeo Bezitters). You can find the Dutch Alfaclub on www.alfaclub.nl.
We have about 110 Dutch Junior Zagato's registered of the type 1300 and 1600. Not bad don't you think?
We don't have a website yet and are in the progress of making one as part of the Alfaclub.
 
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