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Thanks to Rory I'm going to have a look at this tomorrow.
Alfa Romeo 2001 for sale in Dublin : €300 - DoneDeal.ie
Its not driving, head cracked or something. Anyway, no doubt I'll end up bringing it back here.
So, if anyone needs bits, just let me know. :mygrin1:
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depending on colour of interior the coin tray next to handbrake
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That was quick..
Consider it provisionally booked. I think the interior is going to be black/grey, same as mine. My coin tray is black rubber.
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perfect

if it has the fancy armrest the lid would be handy as well
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Thanks to Rory I'm going to have a look at this tomorrow.
Alfa Romeo 2001 for sale in Dublin : €300 - DoneDeal.ie
Its not driving, head cracked or something. Anyway, no doubt I'll end up bringing it back here.
So, if anyone needs bits, just let me know. :mygrin1:
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I'd need a few bits, will try to find my list here somewhere
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I could be interested in exhaust manifold depends on the price
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Got it..!! :mygrin1:

The interior is ALL black. Clothe seats with the Alfa lettering on them.
There is also a "BRAND NEW" radiator in it. Was put in 2 weeks before the cylinder head went.

Any requests..?
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Its in good nick.
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if it has the fancy armrest the lid would be handy as well
Also in good nick, but its black, not grey.
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Depends how difficult it is to remove. Have you removed one before?
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pendragon any chance of a pic? and how much to send to UK?

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Arm rest is excellent++. Doesn't look like its every been down and rested on.
Do you just want the lid? I cant see how to get just the lid off. Any ideas..?
Coin tray is a bit grubby, but no rips or tears.

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ICS is out. I've got the code card for it as well. Its standard, no phone card slot.
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complete rest i reckon lid is busted on mine so i eitehr need to repair or replace will decide

coin tray look perfect

so how much
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Depends how difficult it is to remove. Have you removed one before?
Don't know haven't played with it before.

I would be interested in break fluid level sensor - this would be very easy
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complete rest i reckon lid is busted on mine so i eitehr need to repair or replace will decide

coin tray look perfect

so how much
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Don't know haven't played with it before.

I would be interested in break fluid level sensor - this would be very easy
Had a go at getting it off earlier, its a pig..! Need a better 12mm socket and a decent extension bar..
Sensor should be doable though, I'll get at it tomorrow.
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Had a go at getting it off earlier, its a pig..! Need a better 12mm socket and a decent extension bar..
Sensor should be doable though, I'll get at it tomorrow.
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Do you think it's doable to replace manifold at the parking ? do it require access from bottom ?
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I cant see how to get just the lid off. Any ideas..?
Open the arm lid rest up to it's most vertical position then push out one of the hinges to one side whilst sliding it towards the handbrake end of the car. Once it pops out the other side just pulls out. It's just basically two plastic pins attached to the lid that fit into a circular hole either side of the base to allow it to hinge. The plastic has a good bit of flexibility in it so you won't break it when you force it. HTH.

PS - are the TS rads the same as a V6 rad? If yes, how much and would you post to Scotland??!
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Do you think it's doable to replace manifold at the parking ? do it require access from bottom ?
I'd say you need access underneath as well. Bottom shield off. Couple of axle stands would do it though. I'll have another go at it, its just the nuts are a bit inaccessible.


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Open the arm lid rest up to it's most vertical position then push out one of the hinges to one side whilst sliding it towards the handbrake end of the car. Once it pops out the other side just pulls out. It's just basically two plastic pins attached to the lid that fit into a circular hole either side of the base to allow it to hinge. The plastic has a good bit of flexibility in it so you won't break it when you force it. HTH.

PS - are the TS rads the same as a V6 rad? If yes, how much and would you post to Scotland??!
I'll give that a go, cheers. Wouldn't have a clue if rads are the same or not. Ring the local stealer and ask them, or I'm sure someone on here will come along and enlighten us..
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Had a go at getting it off earlier, its a pig..! Need a better 12mm socket and a decent extension bar..
Sensor should be doable though, I'll get at it tomorrow.
Is that not in the screw cap that goes in to fluid reservoir?
If it is it's just a case of popping the block connector off....
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Is that not in the screw cap that goes in to fluid reservoir?
If it is it's just a case of popping the block connector off....
It is indeed
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Sensor disconnected, and ready to go..
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coin tray received today

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Still many, many parts if anyone's interested.. :mygrin1:
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