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1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce Buying Guide

This is a 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce. This car is in overall good condition! The car drives good with plenty of power and a smooth shifting transmission. It’s fuel injected with no driveability issues. It has the Original Paint and came out of Arizona. Here’s a list of stuff done to it within the last year:Arizona Twin Cam Tranny OverhaulNew Head Job less than 2000 miles agoNew Correct Red Stitched Leather Interior on SeatsNew Hartz German Style Canvas Top5 Speed Transmission Syncormesh just rebuilt(they work)Originally sold new in San DiegoBooks & Maintenance logs filled in from 1986No RustPower WindowsPower MirrorsNew TiresNew Disc Brake Booster, Brakes & Emergency BrakeThe wheels are Alloy and the tires have about 80% or more tread life remaining. The top is in good condition, the paint looks good and the windshield is in good condition. The interior is black leather with the seats and carpets in good condition. The only flaws I noticed are: there’s a dent in the drivers side door (see pictures), the plastichousing around the fuel door & trunk release leversare broken (also shown in pictures) and there are a few chips in the paint. Recenctly somebody bumped the drivers mirror so the black trim is missing that is behind the actual glass mirror part. This car is a driver. I’ve tried to take pictures of the chips. You won’t be sorry you bought this baby! Please feel free to call our office at 866-360-8258 with any questions or for more information.

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STORY OF THE ALFA ROMEO FACTORY AND PLANTS: PART 2 ALFA ROMEO UNDER A KHAKI UNIFORM

The first part of this attempt to revisit the industrial history of Alfa Romeo finished on a dramatic stage: Alfa Romeo was on the verge of closure, and only a miraculous move lead to the removal of Managing Director Orazi, entrusted to arrange the liquidation of the company, and his replacement with a high profile manager, Ugo Gobbato, now in charge to restructure Alfa Romeo and upgrade its capacity to successfully meet the needs of Mussolini’s regime for advanced mechanical industries able to provide military supplies for the then forthcoming wars.
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New GTV and Spider Buyers Guide

This article covers the Alfa Romeo GTV and Spider models launched in 1995, which remained in production until 2005. The Pininfarina design was bold at the time and still looks fresh today. Both models shared the same front end and there was some mechanical part commonality with the 155, which was based loosely around Fiat Tempra underpinnings.
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Alfa Romeo 159 provides enticing option in executive market

Alfa Romeo today introduced their family saloon to appreciative Alfa owners in an exclusive “owners only” preview held at the marque’s Teban Gardens showroom. Initially available in 2.2 litre, six speed manual guise a full range of engine options and transmissions will be available at the end of the year.

Born from Alfa’s long, widely acknowledged experience in the production of prestigious sports saloon, the Alfa Romeo 159 represents a masterpiece in the automobile industry. Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro in collaboration with the Alfa Romeo Styling Centre, this new gem has an elegant, sinuous line which combines generous dimensions with the compactness typical of Alfa Romeo sportiness.
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Volkswagen Wiring Diagram User Manual

Free Download User Manual Volkswagen Wiring Diagram. Explanation: 1. Relay location number, indicates location on relay panel. 2. Arrow, indicates wiring circuit is continued on the previous and/or next page. 3. Connection designation, relay control module on relay panel. Shows the individual terminals in a multi-point connector. 4. Diagram of threaded pin on relay panel, white circle shows a detachable connection. 5. Fuse designation. 6. Reference of wire continuation (current track number).
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ALFA ROMEO 156 GTA manual sedan

The Alfa Romeo brand name is one of the most emotive in the automobile world, with a sporting heritage that stretches way, way back. The subject of this test – the 156 GTA manual sedan – captures all the excitement, exhilaration and emotion of the Alfa Romeo spirit, perhaps better than any other Alfa model of recent times. At the heart of the 156 GTA is an engine that is just sensational. This 3.2 litre quad cam V6 provides levels of throttle response and performance that are extremely satisfying, and on top of that it also sounds great and even looks terrific.
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1986-93 Suzuki RM125 ESL450 Ignition/Lighting StatorFitting Instructions

Step 1:Take the ignition cover off. Are The Replacement Parts Similar? Compare the replacement part to the original. The replacement part should match, including the mounting hole locations. If not: Double check the application listing with your bike.
Step 2: Remove the flywheel using a proper puller. Remove the baseplate with the original stator. Disconnect the wires from the wiring loom.
Step 3: Remove existing stator coil off the baseplate and cut the wires close to the coil. Replace it with the new unit and feed the new leads though the holes in the baseplate.
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The Alfa Romeo 145 buying tips

Look under the bonnet, between the strut tops and the windscreen – there should be a black triangularish piece of foam (one each side). Lift it out and look underneath for rust. Also check the drainage channels aren’t blocked. Paint chips badly, so check the leading edge of the bonnet carefully. The valence might look tatty, but its plastic so won’t rust. Drop the front windows fully, then raise them again, making sure the glass stays in the channel. They can (and do) tilt slightly, which causes the glass to come out of the channel and either not close properly at the top, or fail to go up all the way. They can be adjusted so its not the end of the world. A typical issue of the Alfa Romeo 145 is dried up doorrubbers. Dried up doorrubbers causes windnoises and even can damage your paint. They can be replaced easily. Check all the electric’s work (it is an Alfa!) and especially the airco if fitted (an option?). Trembling heatshields (exhaust) can be spotted on Alfa Romeo’s 145. They can be fixated easily.
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ALFA Romeo Association Tech Session / Presented

This document is based upon an “ALFA Romeo Association Tech Session / Presented by Larry Dickman Jr., ALFA Parts Exchange” paper. Mike Nakamura used Larry’s guide to upgrade a 1971 Montreal and I used the information provided by Mike to upgrade my 1972 Montreal. I have added to the information provided by Mike to provide a little more clarification and detail.

Larry developed this upgrade to fit within common 14″ ALFA wheels and there are several routes one can follow to achieve the finished result. You can modify old 115 rotors creating iron hats and attach new rotors or you can have custom aluminum hats machined. The drawings provided are for custom hats. I have made every effort to insure that the information included is correct and I have successfully performed this modification to my own Montreal. If you find any errors and/or omissions you can contact me at alfagene@adelphis.net.
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Alfa Romeo Owners Club Convention Handbook

The Alfa Romeo Owners club has held an annual meeting since the club’s inception in 1958. In the early years the meeting was usually in Chicago in February or March and included a speaker and a few race cars on display. In 1969 the meeting was in late April, outside Chicago, and a track event, concours de elegance, and rally were added. It was the first convention as we know it. Since then, a lot has been learned about what appeals to convention-going Alfa owners, and how to fit it all into (usually) three and a half days.
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