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|12-22-2018 07:47 AM|
Originally Posted by Scalino1300 View Post
|12-22-2018 07:33 AM|
You're already provided with an owners manual I see. For anyone else looking for one, be sure to check subito and kijiji, loads off them on there. As mentioned Franco Luperini has pretty much anything, at a price though...
By the way, FCA have started reprinting them, though I much prefer an original example.
|12-22-2018 05:58 AM|
QUOTE=papajam;8353162]There are actually a lot more versions than these plus many of them have revisions/supplements to each version. So much so it can make your head spin![/QUOTE]
The Librarian has come though with the proper information!
Franco Luperini is a manual collector/reseller. He has a website with a database that should have current inventory. This stuff was plentiful when I met him 25 years ago. Now, it's much more difficult to find original manuals. Franco is as honest as they come and a true gentleman. Unless something has changed, he doesn't speak English.
Franco Luperini - Owner's manual of cars and motorcycles
|12-21-2018 10:05 AM|
Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
For this particular project I’ll need original documents in addition to copies.
|12-21-2018 09:46 AM|
I've got an owner's manual I'm sending to him.
|12-21-2018 09:01 AM|
After some research, and without the benefit of knowing the publication numbers, it would appear that the yellow cover parts manual linked above stating a date of 1963 is too early and the blue cover version parts manual is too late. The most applicable parts manual that I found, in my opinion, would be publication number 1101 issued 12/65. This English language parts manual is specific to the Giulia TI (and sports a (faded) red title page BTW).
For a user manual (owner's, instruction, etc), one needs to be aware that, unlike today, a new manual was not issued with each new model year vehicle. In fact, there were no specific model years back then. There was a year of manufacture, a year first sold or a year first titled any one of which might be listed as the 'model year' on an official document. So the same user manual might be used for a number of years until either changes in the vehicle warranted a supplement to that user manual or, an entire new manual was issued.
Such is the case with a 1965 Giulia TI. The English language manual that most likely came with the vehicle was publication 959 dated 1/64. A supplement to this manual, #1191, was then issued in 7/66 while the next all new manual was issued in 10/66 under publication #1204.
Of course, Italian, German and French language equivalents of these manuals were published on differing dates.
Until you can find paper hardcopies of these manuals, I can supply you with digital versions. Just private message me your email address and I'll make it happen.
|12-21-2018 03:05 AM|
Definitely worth restoring. Here's what we did with my '63 (originally a 1600 Ti) from South Africa. Always wanted a Ti Super, so decided to make a good rep.
Now has fresh, breathed on 2 litre, reconditioned box, lsd axle & 2 ltr ATE discs all round, Koni suspension, Harvey Bailey handling kit, TZ alloys, a proper hoot to drive, so dynamic.
Since these pics were taken, correct dash mounted lights, wipers & instument lamp switch, correct dash mounted ignition switch fitted, and correct early steering column shroud also. :-
|12-20-2018 06:43 PM|
Originally Posted by ossodiseppia View Post
|12-20-2018 04:24 PM|
I'm not sure which of these is appropriate for your car. The second one is probably more for the 67 models. That first one has a publication date of 1963. Contact @papajam to see which one is appropriate.
|12-20-2018 02:03 PM|
Originally Posted by robtechno View Post
Sent you an email.
|12-20-2018 01:21 PM|
I do have a copy of a full works spareparts catalog. there are over 600 pages. I assume its complete but I am not certain about that. I copied it many years ago from an Alfa Romeo dealer.
I'm asking US125 for it,
It weighs close to 6 lbs without shipping box. Shipping will coast you about US120. I can tell you exactly when I have your address.
Please PM me at ralandman (at) G-mail for photo's
|12-09-2018 10:19 PM|
Originally Posted by shakingthrough View Post
Looks Iike I may have try eBay for the documents I'm looking for..
|12-07-2018 08:09 AM|
|shakingthrough||I don't have what you are looking for, but agree the car is lovely and appears well worthy of a restoration. Please keep us updated on how it turns out.|
|12-06-2018 11:44 AM|
'65 Giulia 1600 Ti documents
We're starting restoration of a lovely Bluette 1600 Ti sedan.
Does anyone perhaps have an original owner's manual and/or parts catalogue for sale?