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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-15-2019, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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1600 dished, cam cover

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I'm needing a non-vented & without the extra two front bolt holes, dished cam cover for my 1600 '64 Abnormale Giulia Spider. I don't know how many Alfas used this one, but I've seen quite a few for sale.

Also, I've attached a photo of two of the above, though one looks to be larger that the other. Anyone know what these would have been OEM on?

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The cam cover I'm looking for is #105.02.01.510.00

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I don't think they're as common as you think. I believe it is suitable for 64-65 1600 VELOCE.
Hey I could be wrong
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Checking the OKP Parts manuals, it seems that the 105.02.01.510.00 was OEM on '64-'65 Giulia Spider Veloces, and a number of Giulia Sprint GTs, GTCs, Giulia Sprint GT Veloces. Not sure about dual carb 1600 Supers.

I missed a number of them for sale here on the BB before I knew I needed one. I had one coming from SA, but the shipping cost was outrageous. It doesn't have to be Pebble Beach quality, as I have plans to refinish it.

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All the 105 cars have the vent.... Pretty sure its 64-5 Giulia Veloce. I bought one recently and i spent 300
from a friend. If I hear or see something I'll pass it along.
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Thanks.

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I had one 1600 cam cover but it had two six mm bolts on the front of the cover. I believe that you are looking for a 101 1600 Spider Veloce cam cover.
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Guys the early 105 Series Giulia Sprint GT used the same cover as the 101 Giulia Spider Veloce, no bolts in the front and the crank case is vented at the rear like the 101's, so no side vent like the later 105's

I have a '64 Sprint GT (10502) with the same cover, but shipping is crazy stupid for this sized parcel, hence trying to find one Stateside.

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Greig,

Yeah; crazy stupid to the tune of $235!

You could throw that one in your suitcase and come for a visit

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I have 2 of them! So whenever in Amsterdam with your suitcase, feel welcome
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