No sorry they have gone, let me know your year and model and if I find any I will drop you a post.
Just a quick guild to those looking for shocks, the main difference between the series 1 & 2 front shocks, this does not cover the Cloverleafs.
Tread: M14 x 1.5 for series 2 ---> M10 x 1 for the earlier cars, so the top mount bearing are different
Extended Length 630 mm for series 2 ---> 636 mm series 1
Compressed Length 468 mm for series 2 ---> 456 mm series 1
Alfa say the two are not interchangeable, in that you may get them to fit but it could/would effect the steering geometry.
Both the Twinspark and the V6 use the same shock, its the spring rates that are different, I think its 13mm gauge spring wire for the T/S ( Length 427mm x 169mm outside dia) and 13.5mm (Length 475mm x 176 outside dia) for the V6.
The bottom bearings (Yellow plastic housing) are the same and still available. The spring pans are the same for t/s and v6 BUT different between right and left, do not mix them up (The right side often have a hole drilled in them, but its alfa so not always) or you will be there all day trying to put them back together.
New spring pans are available but expensive (Germany again), but if you have any doubts change them because a spring punching down will cause damage. (Same pan used on a 33 by the way)
The correct shock rubber covering bellows are another hard to find, dont buy the cheap e-bay ones that claim to fit back and front because they dont, check the dia needed to fit onto the retaining ring.
Top bearings of either size are available, but its highly doubtful you need new ones even if they appear seized, carefully prise the orange cover up from the outside edge of the bearing on the inside of the mount (Fine pick or craft knife blade) and get all the old grease out (A good few blasts of WD40 or similar helps) then repack with any decent grease and work it in, they are not high speed bearings so they just have to turn smoothly. (That just saved you £70 for fifteen mins work).
The two hub to strut bolts are M10x 65mmx1.25, you might struggle to find 65mm but 70mm with an extra washer is ok.