Ha bloody ha...No, I had to burn them off when I changed over, they were hillman imp arches, the fronts were cut into 5 bits and the rears into 3 so they could fit.
Addict, I have photos from when it was in "REVS" magazine I will see if I can scan them and post. But it did look a lot like your new love without the front spoiler.
Ah the Hillman Imp! My dad has owned several prior to owning Alfas. Itís also the first car that my brother and I have built. We were still teenagers and we did everything ourselves. I remember it took us one whole year to do the paintwork. I still have memories of some scary uncontrolled oversteer with it
(remember we were young inexperienced drivers).
Alfa302, if itís possible have the whole article scanned for me please. I would love to read it
. The Revs magazine was never available in Mauritius. Or else I would surely have had a copy of the edition featuring your car. I usually collect any mag that has a pre 90ís Alfa (especially Suds) feature in it.
Sudaddict, then you'll be needing one of these..
I said it before and Iíll say it again: I love reading your posts. They are often short but always so funny
. The funniest person in this forum in my opinion
I think someone swapped the interior !
Youíre right Guiliasuper, a Sud Trofeo should normally have bucket seats, aluminium door cards, rollcage etc. This one must have been converted for road use
Iím going to bring it back to race spec. Alfaowners will therefore now have a miniature project to follow. I have to source some miniature buckets, and prepare a custom rollcage. Then Iíll prepare some period looking stickers. The end result should be something like this: