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Bought a factory parts catalog from:www.books4cars.com
Its called Recambio Rapido(fast parts?) And
covers all parts for 1300-1600-1750-2000
sedan,coupe,and spider, I think up to 1974.
Has nice photo's off all the parts/assemblies
part numbers, and which serial numbers they
work with.

It does not cover the Spica cars, but some other
parts are US only, wierd. It also does not show
a different "glue in" front windshield for US
GTV's.

I also bought an Alfa performance catalog off
E-bay, and shows all kinds of great goodies
for the track. I really want the 16 valve head!!
Aggghhhhhh(Homer drooling)

Really nice resources. Let me know if anyone
needs me to look up a part number.
 

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I need a part number...

I hope that your offer of April, 2003 is still good. I am looking for the part number for the rubber parking brake boot for a '71 Alfa Spider. I'm looking for the part as well, but the factory part number is a start.

I'm grateful for any help you can give me...

Thank you.

Bruce
 

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I hope that your offer of April, 2003 is still good. I am looking for the part number for the rubber parking brake boot for a '71 Alfa Spider. I'm looking for the part as well, but the factory part number is a start.

I'm grateful for any help you can give me...

Thank you.

Bruce
The part number isn't going to do you any good. Those parts have been NLA for a very long time. I think that boot is the same as on a 69 spider (I'd have to check). They are readily available from Re-Originals.

You can download the parts manuals for the 1750 GVT/Spider from Wille's site: ROUNDTAIL SPIDER ORIGINAL FACTORY LITERATURE.
 
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