Giulia SS AR381357 Restoration
I'd like to continue the documentation of the amazing Giulia SS (AR381357) that I purchased from Bryan Phillips who began this journey back in 2009.
This is a remarkable rust-free example and one of the very last Giulia SS's in production. I'm hoping to share things I'll be encountering through the process and I'm grateful to have David Brohan to help me bring this beauty back to an exceptional example. I hope to get some assistance from those of you who have completed this journey as we proceed.
The SS to me has always been a dream car and I have put myself in position to finally be able to have one for the remainder of my Alfa life. I'll admit, having to sell a few of my cars that have been with me for decades wasn't easy but I am grateful to having this new opportunity.
I'll start by re-sharing a few of the pics when Bryan purchased the car and go from there. I have received many positive comments about the 2-tone finish and will say that the current re-spray was performed by non professionals as noted in photos where the chrome was removed. While tempted to go with other beautiful period correct colors, I'm going back to the original Gardenia White. It's an easy choice for me since that is one of my favorite colors.
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