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Hello,
the very early model had those sparkplug caps (as a french Alfista i am not sure if it is called "cap").
It is written SALDOM on it.
Where could i find the same?
Thank you for help.

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I have a set of those off a July 58 Normale, didn't know what to make of them. Thanks for bringing this up.
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My October 1956 750D had them. Sorry I don't know where to find new ones. I believe they were also used on 1900's, if that helps.
 

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BREV. is the abbreviated form of "brevetto" which means "patent" with the number following. SANDOM is probably an acronym for the maker... in the Italian tradition of ALFA, FIAT, OSCA, etc. They were probably used on other Italian cars of the 50's and are a little scarce.
 
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