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post #91 of 108 (permalink) Old 04-08-2017, 06:46 PM
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Bob Fernald used Dynamat in a Giulietta Sprint Coupe resto-mod he built. It made a significant difference in road noise. I know this sounds like heresy but I have some roof-flashing material that I got from Home Depot that looks exactly like Dynamat but is much, much cheaper. Just sayin' . . .

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Gordon,

Bob Hoye (aka Subtle) gave me some great advice about the use of Hushmat, though by the price of it, whoever makes it is really proud of it!

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Hood latch system

I got a bunch of stuff back from the platers last Monday and discovered that I had taken them two items identified as "HOOK, lower", however the items are not identical.

As I have not actually seen an assembled Giulia Spider, I was wondering if anyone has any good close-up photos of the various components of the hood latch system (both on the hood and just behind the radiator) showing how all these items look once installed.

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Whaadya offer Ray????


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Ok then $17,500. You are SUPPOSED to photo this stuff before you take it apart! Fortunately, I have a little camera....and a unrestored car.
1965 1600 Veloce Ausca spider.
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Gordon,

I'm running my annual Easter Sunday Special!

You can have the one I don't need (if I can use either of them) all for the incredible price of tuning my Spanish Webers once I get them on the car!!

Happy, happy, joy, joy

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Use the tall one Ray.
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Gordon,

Once I get everything assembled, I'll take tons of photos in case I want to disassemble it like it was when I got it!

Unfortunately, the top of the puzzle box with the photo showing what the puzzle should look like, didn't come with the assorted pieces!

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What does the shorter one go to?

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Not on your car. Something newer? There are only 2 opening panels on Giulia spiders other than doors. Hood and trunk. You know the hood now. It's NOT the trunk. Thus, a free-extra-part, now nicely refinished. At the end of a puzzle box restoration, if I'm sure it's right, I usually sell all the nice extra stuff to needy BB members.
Someone NEEDS that short one!
Need more box top pictures Ray, just let me know. I've plenty as my car has helped many members get Guilia / Giulietta cars back together.


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Gordon,

Thanks so much for the photos. Someday, I'm going to stop by and see your 65 Veloce race car in the flesh.

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I'm still not sure if I'm going to go with a silver color or a polished look. I know the silver is more in line with the OEM look, but I've seen a couple of 101 1600 Spiders with the polished coating and it looks really good. George K and TKO have headers that look to be the polished coating and it looks great with a black cam cover.
Raimondo, mine are not polished just medium silver. Nice progress!

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Mystery cam cover

Just for the sake of information, which Alfa used this cam cover?
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