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.
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.
Here are some pics of my spider. Note the spare tire well. It has a huge acid bubble in the paint from the P.S. I scraped off the rust, sanded and sprayed a littel point on it and rust hasn't returned in over 20 years. Sorry for the fuzzy pic of the rear, it was too sunny out and the image...
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
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1) all photos must be G/PG* rated. <would you look at the picture with...