Jealous? It all depends on what exactly is in all those boxes. From what I can see in the pictures, it appears that allot of the items are the same. This particular situation does, or could lead to a great deal of income if these parts were taken to a swap meet. Maybe that was the plan all along...............
I had the chance to take whatever I wanted off a first series Alfetta sedan. The parts were free. I took stuff that I might need like glass. I also got all of the suspension bits and a spare tranny. I've also taken stuff for my Roundtail.
I have a few maintenance items as well. Since I have a decent job, I thought I would stock up on the maintenance stuff. I just hate like hell not being able to drive my Alfa when I want to. If something breaks, I usually have what I need to fix it.
The boxes are from a previous life. Just thought the Alfa parts should be kept in Alfa boxes.
This thread is dedicated to all women that have helped market Alfa Romeo. I will start with a few pics and wait to see what you guys come up with.
Remember - NOT just pics of women.
WOMEN & ALFAS ;):D
EDIT: Posting Rules
1) all photos must be G/PG* rated. <would you look at the picture with...
I didn't see that anyone has ever started an Alfetta Photo Thread.
So, since I backed my 76 Alfetta GT out of the garage today and thought I needed a picture of it on the snow in my driveway, we'll see if this catches on.
Perhaps there has been a thread like this before, but I thought that I would start up a thread so you can show us a picture of your daily driver. Here's a picture of my 1999 BMW 528i as it looked when I bought it off of the floor last winter. Even though I upgraded to Dinan Stage II it's not...