Aftermarket Metal window catches

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paulmk1
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Aftermarket Metal window catches

Post by paulmk1 »

Hi all

Would anyone have a set of these metal window catches for sale please to finish of my restoration.
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UK83
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Re: Metal window catches

Post by UK83 »

Hello Paul,

This window catch are for a innocenti?

Regards
paulmk1
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Re: Metal window catches

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Ok thanks

So theses do not fit mk1’s . Do you no if there is a metal window catches that fit mk1’s and the make.

Cheers
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woodypup59
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Re: Metal window catches

Post by woodypup59 »

I have seen these catches for Mk 2s and late Mk1s made from metal.

I suspect they were an aftermarket accessory from - say Alexander or Speedwell.
pologround
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Re: Metal window catches

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These are what you need:
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Re: Metal window catches

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paulmk1
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Re: Metal window catches

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Hi pologround

Yes they look very nice but I’m after the aftermarket aluminium
Ones.

Paul
pologround
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Re: Metal window catches

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Oops! Sorry, my bad. .... should have read carefully first. Good luck with the search
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paulmk1
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Re: Metal window catches

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:lol:
mascher
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Re: Aftermarket Metal window catches

Post by mascher »

The only full set of the OP's window catches I have ever seen were on an Innocenti imported to the U.S. directly from Italy. I would like to know more about them.

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