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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-16-2018, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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Fun and rare items, all GTA

Went to visit my friend again, and concentrated on a few items.

Hope you enjoy them.

Regards, Alberto
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GTA motor in a box, address: Autodelta

NOS, 53 years old!
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Cool stuff, thanks for posting!
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GTA motor in a box, address: Autodelta
NOS, 53 years old!
I keep asking Santa Claus for one of those, but somehow it never appears in my stocking.

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Hi Alberto
Great Photos !
Does your friend have any blue prints , build diagrams for the engine stand ?

Gone: 1970 GTV 1750 S2, 1990 164, 1991 75TS, 2000 2.0 GTV 1x 1965 Giulia Sprint GT
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Hello Shane, I can ask, but I know they are homemade and weigh a ton!

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This one is factory built Marelli-Rabotti and in this version you can bought it (used ) for 2000-3500€ in Italy. For the rest, aguirola is right, too heavy for any serious trip.
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Would someone tell me what the Magnetti Marelli Robotti machine actually does? Cool images by the way, that one of the NOS engine in a wooden crate has my vote! can we see the words Auto Delta also please?
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Would someone tell me what the Magnetti Marelli Robotti machine actually does? Cool images by the way, that one of the NOS engine in a wooden crate has my vote! can we see the words Auto Delta also please?
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It tests mechanical F.I. pumps. From huge trucks to our Spica units.

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what about this feature?
I have a set with this same...modification? or was it implemented by AD ?
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what about this feature?
I have a set with this same...modification? or was it implemented by AD ?
It was just a build technique. This, and the incredibly complex handmade shape,
is what makes it a real Autodelta one, Vs. a remake.

If you have one, it is RARE...

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