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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-15-2019, 03:03 PM Thread Starter
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Wanted: Spica 237/2 fuel injection pumps (off 1971 model year cars) that are inoperable, frozen, or in pieces.

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I have a Spica pump from a 1973 2 liter engine for sale.
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237/2 pump is specific to a 1971 model year 1750 engine.
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I believe I have one. Will you be going to the convention? I could bring it.
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I have one.

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On a separate note, in which year did Alfa switch from SPICA 237/1 to 237/2 as I have a Spider Veloce manufactured on 4 March 1970? Am leaning towards the 237/1 SPICA?
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My understanding is Spica 237/1 were for 1969 model year cars, 237/2 for 1971. No Federalized 1970 USA cars. Was your car originally sold outside USA?
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Yes the Alfa Romeo certificate states the destination market was Frankfurt Germany but it is a US spec 105.62 produced on 4 March 1970 and sold 28 April 1970. The PO from the US converted it to twin Webers many years ago however I would like to (at least) have a spare SPICA in the garage. I suppose I could justify either a 237/1 or 237/2 :-)
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Yes the Alfa Romeo certificate states the destination market was Frankfurt Germany but it is a US spec 105.62 produced on 4 March 1970 and sold 28 April 1970. The PO from the US converted it to twin Webers many years ago however I would like to (at least) have a spare SPICA in the garage. I suppose I could justify either a 237/1 or 237/2 :-)
The easiest way to tell is whether or not you have the wire for the decell solenoid.

1969 1750 Spider Veloce w/dual webers, 1969 1750 Berlina, 1971 1750 Spider Veloce w/ dual webers, 1985 Spider Veloce 23,000 orig. miles, {Two} 1986 Spider Veloces, 1987 Spider Veloce bought new, 1988 Quadrifoglio, 1991 164S, Plus several more. I think they are breeding.
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