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    Cruise Control Switch
  • ALFA ROMEO 156 | 1999 2.0 PETROL
    PAS / Power Steering Pump
  • ALFA ROMEO 156 | 1999 1.8 PETROL
    PAS / Power Steering Pump
  • ALFA ROMEO 156 | 1999 1.6 PETROL
    PAS / Power Steering Pump
    Bumper (Front)


    Window Switch
  • ALFA ROMEO 156
    PAS / Power Steering Pump
    Cruise Control Switch
  • ALFA ROMEO 147
    Engine (Petrol Bare)
    Door Handle (Front Passenger Side)
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About Alfa Romeo Cars

Alfa Romeo was initially founded as A.L.F.A. (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili) meaning Lombard Automobile Factory, Public Company on June 24 1910 in Milan, Italy. In 1915, Neapolitan Nicola Romeo, who was a maths teacher, took over the management of the company and converted the factory to start making military equipment.

Alfa Romeo has been heavily involved in the car racing world since 1911 and have won competitions ever since the launch of their first 24 HP model car in 1910. This car raced in the Sicilian Targa Florio competition and continued to race all over Europe. Alfa Romeo competed within the Motorsport world to huge critical acclaim and success, including racing in the Grand Prix motor circuits and Formula 1. They competed as both a constructor and an engine supplier.

In 1920 the company changed their name to Alfa Romeo. The first racing car made by Alpha Romeo was in 1913 and they won the inaugural world championship in 1925. In 1923 Enzo Ferrari founded the Scuderia Ferrari racing team, and this was as an Alfa Romeo racing team.

As well as huge success on the racetrack Alpha Romeo also saw huge success in car sales helped by their performance on the racetrack, however they did not see any economic growth and sadly after fifty years they were purchased by Finmeccanica as to avoid bankruptcy. In 1928 Nicola Romeo left the company and in 1933 they continued to struggle after the war and instead started to manufacture in large quantities, small vehicles rather than handmade luxury models.

In 1952 they produced their first front-wheel drive car "known as Project 13-61" During the late 1950s the has planned on making the Tipo 103 which was to be a smaller version of the Alfa Romeo Giulia but sadly due to financial difficulties in post war Italy it never saw production. In 1954 the company developed the Alfa Romeo Twin Cam engine and this remained in production until 1998.

During the 1960s and 70s Alfa Romeo produced many sports type cars, through the Italian company, Finmeccanica, however they sadly struggled to make any profit from the venture and so had to sell the marque in 1986 to the Fiat Group. During this period in the 1960s they made the GTA that had a twin-plug engine and this won The Sports Car Club of America's Trans-Am championship in 1966. In the 1970s they made the Tipo 33, and the Tipo 33TT12 that won the World Championship for Makes in 1975.

Models produced from the 1990s include many more sports cars, including the Brera, and the 8C Competizione. From 1995 Alfa Romeo stopped exporting cars to the United States and the last model sold was the 164.

Alfa Romeo recently has been suffering from low sales and in the mid-2000s it was reported that around 15 percent of their annual revenue was lost. It was announced in 2013 that Alfa Romeo wanted to re enterer the American market with the 4C, however this has now been postponed until 2015 while they focus on producing more mainstream models.

Alfa Romeo Breakers

Our car breakers have quoted on 229 used Alfa Romeo parts in the last 30 days. Popular part requests during that time have been for replacement door mirror / wing mirror (driver side electric and heated), bumper (front), gearbox (manual), wing (driver side) and engine (petrol bare). Quotes have ranged from £20.00 for a Alfa Romeo 147 T.spark 16v Lusso wiper linkage to £240.00 for a Alfa Romeo GT Jtd 16v exhaust back box. There are currently 90566 Alfa Romeos left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Alfa Romeo in 2018 were bumper (front), pas / power steering pumps, bonnets, alloy wheel (single front) and gearbox (manual).

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