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post #31 of 5008 (permalink) Old 03-14-2005, 02:33 PM
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James1750 thats a very nice colour, how is it called? Congratulations, very nice GTV...
Thanks jpv - Giallo Ocra is the colour - all the best

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alfaholico,

yes i am a member of the new york club. and i do live on long island...i live in garden city.

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Really nice pics and cars. Especially James'pics, it is the first time that I can see what's so special about giallo ocra. Normally I find it just a color amongst the others, but in your pics you really see what people mean by saying there's only one color for a bertone (allright I'm a little bit overreacting but you get the point..) I would be very happy to receive some other pictures. (mail: stefkedc@skynet.be)

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I'm not actively selling it but i've been considering it.

You need some money so you can go buy that Junior there Tim.

Here's one of me driving aroung in a Spider. Check out the consentration; one dedicated driver!

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Taso,

If you sit that close to the steering wheel you could get hurt in an accident. Especially considering that you aren't wearing a seat belt! I don't think that little felt coat number you're wearing will afford much protection!

Hilarious!

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I really miss the ol girl right now! She's off getting a gearbox rebuild and won't be back till mid april.
- 68 1750 GTV
James, what happened? Thankfully that is one job I will not be doing. The PO did the GBOX on my car a year before I bought her.

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2005 Holden Rodeo LT Crew Cab, Fox Fire Red

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James, what happened? Thankfully that is one job I will not be doing. The PO did the GBOX on my car a year before I bought her.
Hi Phil
nothing drastic - the car was still very driveable - but a the second gear synchro was becoming a bit weak and would crunch a little when cold or on quicker down/upchanges (even with double clutching).
I won't get the car back till april as the mechanic I use is setting up about a thousand race cars currently.
but enough about my car - feel like I've hijacked this thread - lets see some more pics everyone.......keep em coming

here's another pic this is not my car but I think it's a fine example and I like the blue
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Here we go ......one more for this forum...well maybe two..or three.....
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Here we go ......one more for this forum...well maybe two..or three.....

The car is so beautiful you have that observer in tears

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Hi Phil
nothing drastic - the car was still very driveable - but a the second gear synchro was becoming a bit weak and would crunch a little when cold or on quicker down/upchanges (even with double clutching).
I won't get the car back till april as the mechanic I use is setting up about a thousand race cars currently.
but enough about my car - feel like I've hijacked this thread - lets see some more pics everyone.......keep em coming

here's another pic this is not my car but I think it's a fine example and I like the blue
James that is good to know. You will not know your car when you get it back. Nothing nicer than a rebuild gearbox. Mine is really sweet, it is the only one I have driven that does not give grief.

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2005 Holden Rodeo LT Crew Cab, Fox Fire Red

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Another photo for Beatle Bayly. Not the best clarity or color, I need to take some recent photos with my new digital camera.
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My Alfa just got home after spending two months in a friends garage while we moved. Last weekend it’s new home was cleaned out enough from our move so that it could be parked in the garage. I had an entertaining 90-mile trip over the mountains driving home with it. Now if I could only find some other Alfa’s for it to play with on the weekends. In the two months we have been here I have not seen any other Alfa’s in town.
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Cool 1974 GTV with factory sunroof

Hi, does anybody know about GTV's with factory sunroof? How rare are they, how many war produced.... Just bought one in california. Thanks Tucco
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Greetings, Tucco. Welcome to the BB.

There's a short thread here that goes into the GTV sunroof thing. Can you post some pics?

Jim

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