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post 3rd July 2019 16:22
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Here's a list of suppliers I've used to purchase various Alfa bits over the years, and specifically on my 145 restoration project.

Note - these are all suppliers of new parts. I haven't attempted to cover suppliers of used parts...

Here goes:

Alfa Workshop - very comprehensive parts list, not to mention a lot of how-to guides: www.alfaworkshop.co.uk
Shop4Parts: Fiat/Alfa parts at great prices: www.shop4parts.co.uk
Tuning parts: www.alfaholics.com
A wide range of Alfa parts: www.ebspares.co.uk
Lots of new Fiat/Alfa parts: www.partsworld-uk.com
Bulgarian supplier of various hard-to-get items: www.tarostrade.com
Plenty of custom-made tools and re-manufactured hard-to-find parts: www.totallyalfa.com
Plenty of customising parts here: www.alfisti.net
An Aladin's cave of hard-to-find NOS items - at a price! www.alfa-restoration.co.uk/shop/
More NOS parts: www.ricambio.co.uk

Lots of restoration parts and materials - this is a link to their sound deadening felt: www.woolies-trim.co.uk/product/1384/sound-deadening-felt
Does what it says on the tin: www.balljointboots.co.uk

Obviously there is eBay... worth looking at partsworld-uk, matts81sud and castello-parts

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post 5th July 2019 22:39
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Thanks for sharing Jeremy.

From what I've seen Alfisti.net also have a spare parts website/shop called "Italia Ricambi" :www.ricambi.alfisti.net

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