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Does anyone have a source for these parts? Apparently the shop that disassembled the mechanicals failed to delivery this assembly to the shop that came in to clean up the mess... The circled items are what is missing. Thanks in advance,

Also, a few shots from spring with body work done and front seats done.
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Not all 2600s had the oil cooler installed, as it seems to have been an option for very early cars (especially those cars delivered to Northern countries).

I may have an oil pump from a parts car (but I don't have time to go searching for it for a couple of weeks). The tricky part will be finding the hose couplings (which I recall have unusual dimensions). It may be worthwhile talking to the Larrys at APE.
 

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Ruedi, you said it was only a feature on early cars. Would it be a problem to just delete the oil cooler from our restoration?
 

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It's the other way around: It was an option on very early cars (in 1962), not a feature. I tend to believe thereafter, all cars were equipped with oil coolers. Alfa must have concluded that the oil cooler was necessary -- and so, I would advise against deleting it.
 
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Greetings,
I should have whatever you need.
Send me a PM.
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I have a 2600 cooler, adapter, and hoses that I will sell. $300 for all.
 

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That's more than I just sold my entire cooler "kit" for.
 

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...and the thingy on eBay is/was just the housing with some important pieces missing).
 
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