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post #1831 of 2586 (permalink) Old 05-27-2014, 07:02 PM
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Rich, looks good!

Is your car in the GT Registry?

Wondering where it fits, as yours has some detail similarities to my August 3 car (no side marker lights, for example).

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Idea: How about Photos of 105 GT's only?

Hi,

Two little pictures of my GT1600 while going to work this morning...

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Chuck,

Thanks. I don't have the build date and no, it is not in the Registry. I will get those two things done. Knowing where it fits is definitely of interest.

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Ok, here's the official response and it has been added to the GT Registry:

Dear Mister Hanning,

with reference to your request we are informing you as follows.

According to our documentation files, the chassis number AR 611608 originally corresponds to an Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT (105.02), manufactured on the 2nd February 1965 and sold on the 3rd February 1965 to Alfa Romeo Inc., Newark USA.
The body colour is hawthorn white, with red skai interiors.

Yours, Sincerely,


Marco Fazio

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a quick mobile phone snap from the run out to a friends farm on the weekend:


And a rig shot we did on saturday evening:

1966 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce - pretty much finished!
Bunch of bikes too.
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Loving that, they look great in white
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Great looking car - nice stance!!

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Hey Witchy,

How low can you go!

Love the panned shot from rear three qtr.

Looks like the glasshouse mountains in the background of the still shot....lots of nice driving roads 'round your way.

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a quick mobile phone snap from the run out to a friends farm on the weekend:


And a rig shot we did on saturday evening:
Bloody beautiful !!!!!!

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Thanks Guys - Still shot is from the lookout on Mt. Mee, so yes, Glasshouse mountains in the background.
It's not actually that low - certainly not as low as the Alfaholics cars!

Pics from an earlier post show the ride height better:
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Posted this over on the Aussie forum...
A pic or two from a local porsche forum skid pan day

PPRS-9027 by Ferdinand R, on Flickr

1966 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce - pretty much finished!
Bunch of bikes too.
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You have a AH fast road KIT B? Ride height looks the same as my gtj...

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You have a AH fast road KIT B? Ride height looks the same as my gtj...
Nope - shortend berlina rear springs, stock front springs (I think! might be shortened now I think about it), OEM 5mm spacers and orginal 66 pans (equal both sides).

1966 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce - pretty much finished!
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Nope - shortend berlina rear springs, stock front springs.
That is the set up I have been using in my GTV for 20 years, have not heard of others with this choice in springs.
PS That is one nice looking 66 GTV.
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Thanks guys. Great looking wheels indeed. I'm on the hunt for a new set of wheels for my GTJ. I saw these and was a little bit in doubt: 14" GTAs or Turbi's :-)

Michael
These come close in 15" for a pretty penny:

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true, but 14" looks better

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true true, the only thing i like 14" more because it looks more classic...

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That is the set up I have been using in my GTV for 20 years, have not heard of others with this choice in springs.
PS That is one nice looking 66 GTV.
Thanks!
Apart from it finding (the longer than stock, tapered) bumpstops on mid corner potholes, I'm very happy with the way it behaves as a road car.

1966 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce - pretty much finished!
Bunch of bikes too.

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