Thanks, i search Ebay heavy. My screen name is skatelab. That icon is my dad in 1974. Funny ****!
Hey Sniady today i learned to drive a 1927 Model T Ford. My father in law has one that is parked at the Historical Society and i just got the job or Driving it once a month. It is a trip. No Brakes! you use reverse gears. I'll post some pics on my site.
The brakes work but it takes about 75 yards for it to stop. I think the gears are belt driven and they start to work in reverse when you use the foot pedal. today was my 1st day so I have alot to learn but here is a picture of the car and Garage. They said I could clean out and Decorate this whole garage. If you look close there is a vintage floor jack on the left and tons of old tools and stuff. Its definately not an Alfa but still fun to screw with.
Classic zippered tote; NLA I believe, or at least the design has been superseded. Brand new, never used. 21" long x 11" tall x 13" wide with exterior/interior pockets and Velcro tabs on bottom. Perfect for a concours detailing kit. $65 + shipping. Thanks for looking!
1. SOLD - Alfa Romeo History Museum – Arese
2nd Edition – Reprinted 1979 (with dust jacket - 116 pgs)
Should be no need to describe this well-known official book
2. Fantastic Alfa Romeo by Luciano Greggio
Published 1996 by Motorbooks International (with dust jacket – 208 pgs)
1) 12th Annual Monterey Historic Automobile Races – August 23-25, 1985
Event program featuring Alfa Romeo as the honored marque
Cover watercolor graphics of classic Alfas racing the Corkscrew
2) “Painting Monterey Red” – August 23-25, 1985
Tribute to Alfa Romeo 12th Annual Monterey...