I had my Berlina done by a guy who knew what he was doing over a year ago and the tires are wearing perfect. I redid the suspension on my GTV and to get it in the ball park I checked the Berlina (which I know is correct) by letting the lower ball joints sit on a 4x4 and a 2x4 which is very close to the ride height and then took a square with the car on a level surface and noted how much of a gap there was with the square on the floor and the vertical on the front of the brake caliper. The gap at the top of the caliper was about 3mm. I used that to set the GTV castor. The car turns in with the right amount of effort and the tires are wearing fine. In any case it would be enough to get the car to a front end shop. I got one of those track/home liner upers and the toe in part works great, the camber works great, but the castor without the pads to turn the wheels on is an exercise in futility. The pads cost more than the device itself.
The passenger seat is 15 miles an hour faster than the drivers seat.
2017 Giulia Q4
74 GTV restored daily driver
71 Berlina in 2L restored driver
the ones that got away:
1959 750 series Giulietta Spider Veloce
1962 Giulietta Spider normale
1965 Giulia Sprint normale