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67-68 Roundtail Throttle Bracket/Linkage

Need throttle bracket and linkage that connects pedal to carb for 67 or 68 LHD spider (GTV may be same?). See assembly (1) circled in red...thats what is needed.
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All the parts you need can come from a 1982 through 1991 Spider.

The bosch injection cars used the same parts as the carb cars.

The long throttle rod is much better then the original plastic rod that originally came on your car.

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All the parts you need can come from a 1982 through 1991 Spider.

The bosch injection cars used the same parts as the carb cars.
Maybe not. If Grappa has floor mounted pedals (in a 67/68) then the arm part where the pedal bolts on is shorter. Also the fast idle arm is different looking if correctness is important. I guess the pedal arm could be cut and welded if he gets a long one.

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Maybe not. If Grappa has floor mounted pedals (in a 67/68) then the arm part where the pedal bolts on is shorter. Also the fast idle arm is different looking if correctness is important. I guess the pedal arm could be cut and welded if he gets a long one.

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Not necessarily. The part number change during the 1750 model years for both the GTV and Spider.

Part number in the 1600 book is 105.0244.050.04

Part number in the 1750 parts book is both the above number and number 105.48.44.050.00 which is also the Bosch injected cars of the 80's.

It was changed during the production run.

If @grapppa will post his vin number I could tell him which one he needs.

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Not necessarily. The part number change during the 1750 model years for both the GTV and Spider.

Part number in the 1600 book is 105.0244.050.04

Part number in the 1750 parts book is both the above number and number 105.48.44.050.00 which is also the Bosch injected cars of the 80's.

It was changed during the production run.

If @grapppa will post his vin number I could tell him which one he needs.
The change was due to the change from floor pedals to hanging pedals after The 69 model year. The late spiders mentioned have hanging pedals. Yes. So we both are correct. Grappa hasn't bothered to say which pedal arrangement he has but I'm guessing floor so he needs the 1600 part.

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I have floor mounted pedals... VIN AR1410013. The car was built in January 68 even though it was titled in the US as a 67.
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Parts book says your car should have 105.02.44.050.04 which is the earlier one.

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Throttle crossover assembly

Photos show the 1967( foreground) and 1986 crossover.
Differences are the eyelet for the fast idle and the angle of the pedal shaft. With a little heating and bending the proper angle could be achieved.
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Looks like Delllta posted the correct part.

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