Over recent times I have been discussing the repair(?) of a 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint and it seemed a good time to 'catch up' with things mechanical.
First, Alfreda. As written some while ago, she still languishes waiting the installation of a new wiring loom - which has just arrived - and there is absolutely miles of it!
I cannot wait for the appearance of 'John the Autoelectrician' to install it into the car. For the moment though, he has vanished and does not answer the phone - paranoia sets in, and I am trying to imagine if I could try (dare to try) doing it by myself. Both of us know the answer - an emphatic NO!
Oh please pick up John - I want to drive it as soon as I can.
In the meantime, work on the mystery car, la passione 7 carries on and it should soon be ready for its debut here.
But, as the weather keeps moving on towards the summer, how about this for a 'nose'
...it belongs to my all time favourite...
...a 1966 Giulia GTC which was made in very limited numbers (circa 900 in total, of which 98 were for the British market) and which has transported Mme Glynskette and I all over Italy for the last 21 years!
I love it more than I do Pete, and that, diablog, is a hell of an admission!
More to follow soon on this subject,
Yours, diablog, in clover