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Catalogo Rapido per L'ordinazione di Ricambi Originali

Gang,

While I have the 1972 edition of the Catalogo Rapido per L'ordinazione di Ricambi Originali, it is mostly-specific to 105 series, and later, Alfas.

Is there one that that deals with the 750-101 cars? Perhaps, under a different title?

Sorry, for the misspelled title, but I can't seem to get it to take the Italian spelling.

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The earliest Rapid Parts Catalog I've seen is dated Sept 1969. Maybe @papajam might know if there is an earlier version.

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The 9/69 issue, pub #1522, is the earliest I can find too.
I found a couple of references to "List of Parts; Initial Lots" dated 10/63 (pub 954) for the Giulietta cars but I've no idea what it actually is. Also listed are a few "Spare Parts Stock Management - Dealers" manuals from late 50s-early 60s but again, I've never seen one so can't say what it is.

You're welcome to a copy of the 11/70 Rapido catalog I have if you'd like it.

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Jim,

I would appreciate a '69 edition.

Thank you so much for offering.

r smith at oru dot edu

Be blessed and have a great Christmas season.

Ray

PS; Didn't a BB member put together a list of fasteners for 750-101 Sprints/Spiders some time back?

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Email is on the way.

I know there's a fasteners list for the Series 1 RHD 1750 GTV. If there's a list for any 750/101 models, I'd like to get a hold of it/them as well.

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I know there's a fasteners list for the Series 1 RHD 1750 GTV. If there's a list for any 750/101 models, I'd like to get a hold of it/them as well.
Here's the one Carl put together for Sprint's: https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/5329273-post85.html
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6alfas,

Thanks. I could not remember who by or when this was posted.

Unfortunately, even this listing does not describe A.R part # 1365.15.15056, the gearbox silent bloc bolt. It does list the 12 X 1.5 nut that goes with it.

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Ray,
A fastener with a number like 1365.xx.xxx is not a standard fastener, and will not be listed in the Standard Parts catalog.
You seem to have too many digits in the part you quote; can you clarify the part number?

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6alfas,

Thanks. I could not remember who by or when this was posted.

Unfortunately, even this listing does not describe A.R part # 1365.15.15056, the gearbox silent bloc bolt. It does list the 12 X 1.5 nut that goes with it.
I don't think that part number exists. I think the part you are looking for is 1365.15.052 (item #14 on the attached), which came in two sizes, 86mm and 92mm. Alfastop lists one but Tony doesn't say which length: https://www.alfastop.co.uk/cgi-bin/p...t2=1365.15.052
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I believe the short bolt was only used with an early version of the tunnel case transmission cross member.
The longer bolt 1365.15.052 that Alfastop list carried over to the 101 Giulia, so it should work for Ray.

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6alfas,

You are absolutely correct; I placed a "6" at the end of the part # instead of a "2". Thanks for catching that error; maybe my dyslexia had kicked in! LOL

Continuing on, Tavola 37, P. 100 of the English language, Giulia Spare Parts Catalog, pictures A.R. part # 1365.15.052. and the listing on P. 100, identifies it as "BOLT, fixing gearbox".

Evidently, there are numerous "fixing bolts" (all I could find started with "13") and none are not considered "fasteners" in the traditional sense. It also appears, that it was not important to provide measurements of these bolts, but only for the nuts and washers used with them.

And now you tell us that there were two different sizes (86mm & 92mm). One would assume that Tony is selling the 86mm bolt and it would be the one used on 750-101 series Alfas.

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The 9/69 issue, pub #1522, is the earliest I can find too.
I found a couple of references to "List of Parts; Initial Lots" dated 10/63 (pub 954) for the Giulietta cars but I've no idea what it actually is.
I have a copy of pub 954. It is a list of spare parts that a dealer should stock to supply the cars in it's area. It has separate lists and numbers of parts for up to 30 cars, 31-70 cars, and 71-100 cars.

I also have Pub 887, which is the same type of book for Giulia 1600 cars.

Please let me know if you need copies for the files.

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