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Went to the Apple Foreign Car junkyard in Kennedale (near Mansfield, SE of Fort Worth) today... didn't expect to see Alfas, but there were three way in the back (as far back as you can go... you'll see the stacked cars, that's where the Alfas are).

red early Spider S2
silver S2, couldn't see the front to see what years
black Milano 2.5

The Spiders were pretty much gone, though there was good passenger side glass on the red one. The Milano looked like it had a fair amount to give.

Just helping out the local community! :p
 

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I have seen them. At the time that Milano was a little too buried to bother with, although now I wish I had pulled the transaxle, driveshaft and other stuff. There is another salvage yard more or less directly across the street with a bunch of Fiats.

I have not found anything in the yards up here in Tulsa.

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You might want to call Cindy or Richard Rogers at Shade Tree Enginetrics in Nevada, TX @ 972-771-0804. It's worth a drive just to see all the dead, dying, and revived Italian stuff they have there. Pretty good chance they will have it or know where to get it.
 
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