This should help you out. However, it may have been moved to the passenger side firewall to make room for the booster.
You must have missed it in my posting. On the 1750 it mounts on the passenger side firewall. You can just move the clips over there.well my car seems to have the brake booster upgrade which apparently was some kind of factory recall back then. question is then where did they relocate the bag to when they added the brake booster? Knowing how inconsistant Alfa was with respect parts/assembly what would be considered a "correct" location to mount the bag.
Can you please scan that and post if here? I've not ever seen one. Oh, are you talking about this manual? The book doesn't mention a booster for the spider.Mine was built on July 14th 1967 and delivered to Frankfurt D) on July 31st
It has the (single) brake booster. I just went out to look, and I did see some potential signs of the clips having been behind where the brake booster now is.....I was going to say no, as I had never noticed, good that I checked!
I also read something about the brake upgrade...I actually located an original German language manual, and it came with the insert around that upgrade if I remember correctly....or at least it was an addendum with corrected text for the upgraded brakes. I need to look at it.
yeah, that's the one, but then in German....I just checked it out and indeed no mention of the booster, I guess this was for the switch from Dunlop to Ate?Can you please scan that and post if here? I've not ever seen one. Oh, are you talking about this manual? The book doesn't mention a booster for the spider.
mine was/is AR514 red/black skai. good luck!thanks Peter, mine was shipped to frankfurt on July 7th 1967. what color was/is yours? mine was originally delivered white with black skai. so I guess I am just going to move the clips or find some new clips and tack them on to the passenger side I think the clips are still available or at least were used on later cars and could be hacked off and welded to mine.