Oh yeah... How does the grill go ? And what is that historic vehicle with 4 center exhaust tips?Fitting the front Euro Bumpers
... not to sure how we are mounting the center grill heart.... attached picture and link
Thx for noting. Guess it must have been lost to past repairs long before my ownership.The euro Spiders had a bracket on the front valence to mount the bottom of the grill not sure how to mount the top. Bought a new front valence from Classic Alfa and this is the bracket that came on it.
I hear you loud and clear ...I was able to secure the bumper and LP lighting and welling up a few more holes at this point was economies of scale...I am still struggling if I should even bother to put the side maker (EURO) lamps in ...it is so clean without them...what do you guys think?The front end looks good.
I also updated my Spider to the Euro-style bumpers. Every once in awhile while walking to my car in a parking lot I am taken aback by how good those bumpers look instead of the N. American bumpers.
At this point, I left on the trim piece above the shield, I also retained the N. American license plate lights, as I don't have the capacity nor money to have the holes patched and painted. When the car needs paint I will go full European. BTW, I used chrome chair leg caps to cover the license plate light holes in the rear bumper. So far, nobody has noticed the difference except fellow Alfistis.
yes, those hoses allow water draining down from the convertible top (back and sides) to drain into the sills and slowly but surely rust them out...!What are these two black cables? I suppose, Sink for the water?