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Wanted: Alpine Series II parts

Discussion in 'Alpine Cars and Parts Wanted' started by ColinMullaney, Apr 27, 2019.

  1. ColinMullaney

    ColinMullaney Donation Time

    Hi, I have a 1962 Alpine and am looking for the following parts

    -armrest/console piece
    -oil pressure gauge
    -fuel gauge
    -Steering wheel and column cover
    -soft top side bows where the door glass meets the soft top. (Cantrails?)
    -retaining strip(s?) that attach the bottom of the soft top to the car body.
    -soft top storage hinged side covers, I have the large central seat back cover
    -dash switch surrounds (lights, wipers,blower, panel/map)
    -Convertible top (black)
    -Carpet set (black)
    -rear tail light lenses
    -rear license plate light with lens
    -gas cap and surround
    -wiper blades
    -gear shift knob
    -temperature lever knob
    -hoses from heater box to defrost fittings
    -front hood/ bonnet release handle

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    Last edited: Apr 28, 2019
  2. alpine_64

    alpine_64 Donation Time

    Sone of the parts, especially trim are available new repro from parts suppliers, sunbeam specialties and classic sunbeam, same with lenses.

    Other parts am sure members will contact you, but try pm to 65sunbeam or jaars
  3. ColinMullaney

    ColinMullaney Donation Time

    Thanks, I’ll order what I have to and hope I can find all the other parts that aren’t offered by suppliers. I think the hardest pieces to find will be the hood side supports for the soft top frame. Are they called cantrails? I also expect to have trouble finding the trim that secures the soft top bottom to the rear of the car and the side covers that hinge. I have the larger hinging seat back but not the smaller side covers.

    I also understand the proper gas cap is very hard to find.
  4. alpine_64

    alpine_64 Donation Time

    The soft top retaining strip will be easy to find, just know that si/ii is different to the later cars.

    The cantrials are hard to.find...but not 100% needed.

    The metal side covers for the top are also not to hard to find but si and sii are detail difference but will fit... S3 onwards wont.
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  5. sunalp

    sunalp Platinum Level Sponsor

    I think I have a S2 Speedo out in the shop. Have a few of the switch surrounds, but not a complete set.
    I have a friend that has a steering column cover and may have some of the other S2 parts you're looking for.

    By the way, Michael is right on target , some of what you need is available new from either
    CS or SS.
    I'll check what I have and PM you later .
  6. 65sunbeam

    65sunbeam SAOCA Membership Director Diamond Level Sponsor

    Sent you a PM-I have a lot of early Alpine parts. Eric
  7. canbeam

    canbeam Gold Level Sponsor

    Hi Colin Sent you a PM.... Ron
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  8. ColinMullaney

    ColinMullaney Donation Time

    Thanks Steve, I appreciate it and look forward to hearing from you.
  9. ColinMullaney

    ColinMullaney Donation Time

    Thanks Ron!
  10. Jaars

    Jaars Donation Time

    And I send you a PM last night with a list of parts I have. Robert
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  11. DanR

    DanR Diamond Level Sponsor

    Not at all sure if I wasted my time digging out parts for Colin or not. Have what you said you wanted and with out response back to storage they go!
  12. 65sunbeam

    65sunbeam SAOCA Membership Director Diamond Level Sponsor

    I spent much time gathering the parts he needed on his list a week ago and sent photos of all of them and priced them with fair prices and he did reply back once or twice but implied that he was trolling other members selling parts for the best price I imagine. Colin-early Alpine parts are not easy to find let alone finding anyone to sell them and mail them to Canada as well. Lesson learned on my part. Eric
  13. ColinMullaney

    ColinMullaney Donation Time

    Thanks for writing gentlemen, I’m sorry I haven’t gotten back to you yet. I should have kept in touch better. Life, family and business is very busy here but that is the case for most of us. I have been able to find a few parts from someone local and am waiting until next weekend to hear from another fellow. I should have kept you posted. I appreciate your efforts and will send you messages as soon as I know more.


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