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Anyone know of a breakers yard in the North West of England that specialises in Alfa's?

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I used to, and still have a fair few parts around, although technically I'm retired - just couldn't bring myself to scrap everything. I'm ut of the country until Thursday, but feel free to give me a shout if I can help.

There is Neil Catlow's operation based in Haslingden - Alfa Specialists, Alfa Romeo spares & service - not the cheapest, at least if you look at his Ebay prices, but he can be flexible ;) Other than that I know of a few yards that usually have Alfas for breaking - let me know what you are after and I'll try to help point you in the right direction. PM me if you wish :)
 

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Hi rgwm thanks for the response

Yes been to Nei's a few times, However, it's a 70 mile round trip for me and when I got there some of the parts he said were available were not so and it was a wasted Journey Neil is always at the showroom whilst I think it's his brother Adam who is doing the repairs and looks after the parts shed - he's more tuned into what spares they have and the right part numbers along with Adam's son who is learning the trade but there is no contact details for him just Neil who always says he got the part you're looking for.

My alfa is a 1996 spider 2.0 TS convertible

I need two new 6x4 oval shaped door speakers and the handbrake cover complete with fixing - the plastic pips were broken off by a mechanic replacing the seat belt tensioner - didn't notice it until it came loose two weeks later!!!!!!
 

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They generally have a lot of fiat but you'll probs only find 147's there cause they're pretty popular round here

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