If you are missing one of those items, please let me know, maybe I can help you getting these extra's.
Probably a pre-serie ? Who can tell ? The roman numerals ( XCVI ) it says number 96/100,... but handwritten also 851/1000 has been added into this book.
Those partsbooks have been numbered as xxx/1000, but after productionnumber over the 1000 books it was different as shown on the picture below.
Inconsistent is that the parts books below 100 are not the same numbered as in the certificate or at the silver plate on the console.
So for example not 029/1000 but just as 29/1000, simply without the leading zero.
Also Alfa Romeo had some partsbooks left over with no numbers at all.
Mostly the toolset for the SZ / RZ had a beige or brownish plastic sleeve, sometimes it had a black plastic sleeve and somtimes it came in a luxury little "bag" supplied by the local dealer. The SZ/RZ's had also a special tool for removing the sparkplugs. It came in a long black plastic cover.
The SZ came with loudspeakers on the rear shelf, but no radio. At the place where the radio had to come was a small removable storage box.
If you pull out this box, you can find behind it the wires needed to install a radio.
The RZ on the other hand came with a Clarion CRX 111R radio / cassette player with detachable front piece.
Till RZ VIN number: ZAR 162000*03002241 this Clarion radio had also the text Alfa Romeo written on the front.
After this official production till VIN: ZAR 162000*03002241 things got a bit messy. This "After production" was NOT acknowledged by Alfa Romeo and not included in their historical data base. ( see also the topic: "Interesting Things. )
Not all RZ's from that non-recognized ( by Alfa Romeo ) after-production got all the extra's.
They can miss the original documents / certificate / manuals / wheel bag / car cover / Clarion Radio or what ever.
So some got a Clarion radio without the text Alfa Romeo, others got no radio at all.
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