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That is an aftermarket bra... They were sold many years ago and are still available today. The tabs do bend and should go around the wheel wells and bottom part of the front spoiler. Then, it should also fit over the hood, with an elastic cord that goes around the inside of the hood, securing the top part in place. It will not interfere with opening and closing of the hood.Now that I have your attention. My 1985 Spider that came with a bra that I have not used but I'm going on a cross country tour next weekend so thought it might be wise to try it on and check the fit. It looks like a factory original but could be after market. It is black vinyl with Alfa Romeo written in white and has a center wind deflector. Anyway, the only devices on the bra to secure it to the car are 2-3 inch cloth covered metal tabs. The tabs are pliable so you could clamp them pretty tight but I can't imagine the bra staying on at high speeds. Once the wind grabs it -YIKES! ( Oh, I just ran over it and flipped onto to winshield of the car behind me). If anybody has experience with bras, I would appreciate suggestions on the best way to fit it. Once you stop laughing, let me know the best way to secure the tabs and where and if additional modifications are needed. Thanks, Spider Mike
Prolly more a case of the bra being black, and thus 'fooling' the atmosphere into letting the higher velocities flow more easily.I assume that the car is red, and so can make the triple digit area easily.