I have a lot more pictures but it's time consumming to upload them. So if anyone is interested on seeing the complete story it's published here http://forum.alfa-klub.com/viewtopic.php?t=18646
You won't understand much as it is in Slovene but the pictures tell the story. I hope the link doesnt violate the site protocols? It's not a commercial site, no popups ...
So after 3 years of non stop work, metal repairs, cleaning the car, scraping off the sealant, 2 trips to the body shop and a sand-blasting session the car was ready for painting. Since I stareted this project seriously I have had the car professionaly sprayed because I didn't want to bodge it myself.
I belive integrales (together with HF4WD and EVO1) had won 6 manufacturest WRC's. And elthou they retired from racing in 91 (or 92) they still hold the record for most wins which is incredible. I allways say that the only thing faster than an integrale is the rust on the integrale. Sadly Italians decided in the 80's to make cars from recycled "white tin"- that's recycled white appliances. So 80's and 90's integrales (and other Italian cars) are in fact 60's and 70's washing machines and refrigirators.