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Tie rod end,right hand thread for 2nd series 1900 cars. These use 14x1.5 mm thread.
Outer track rod end - right hand thread. Two used per car on the outer steering arms on each side of the car. See code SU044 for matching part with left hand thread.
Inner track rod end - right hand thread. One used per car on the central drag link. Lemforder was original equipment on 105 Series cars and is the best quality available. Note that this track...
Track rod end lock nut - right hand thread - to suit all 750, 101 and 105 Series cars.
Tie rod end, left hand thread for 2nd series 1900 cars. These use 14x1.5mm thread.
Pair of polished stainless steel trims to fit the bonnet scoops on Touring bodied 102 Series 2000 Spiders.
Single front shock absorber to fit 1900 series, 102 Series 2000 and 106 Series 2600 cars. Two required per car, we strongly recommend replacing shock absorbers as a pair.
Complete rubber boot mat set to suit all 102 Series 2000 and 106 Series 2600 Sprints. Beautifully made and includes Alfa logo moulded in detail in the main boot mat and floor mats.
Pair of 2000 Touring Spider lower sill trims, made in stainless steel. Sold as a pair.
We can also offer the complete set, this will include the lower door trims, lower front and rear wing trims and...
Single rear shock absorber to fit 1900 series cars. Two required per car, we strongly recommend replacing shock absorbers as a pair. For 102 and 106 series cars order 2600-061
34mm diameter rear suspension trailing arm bush to suit 750 Series cars. 4 required per car. Also fits the rear suspension of some 102 Series models and some 106 Series 2600 cars and on the...
Outer track rod end - left hand thread. Two used per car on the outer steering arms on each side of the car. See code SU045 for matching part with right hand thread.
1961 Alfa Giulietta Sprint.
Good running car, approximately £8000 recently spent.
Could be used 'as is' or taken to next level.
Here is a diagram showing the location of some of the parts in this category.