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10-05-2019 11:07 AM
Anfanuts Nice Series 1 '66 Super in Petrol blue over lt blue in NL. A few visible defects like the hubcaps and TI tail lights. Some discussion of improper parts on FB so beware. Ask Euro 39k. No affiliation.
09-25-2019 11:37 AM
JoorZ105 In Japan!
A Dutch enthousiast ordered a batch. Check
09-25-2019 11:26 AM
180OUT It's interesting that Autoparco appears to be the only vendor that sells TI Super/TZ wheels in 6x15. Wonder where they're made?
09-25-2019 09:50 AM
JoorZ105 Correct, these are autoparcos, with duetto/sprint gt hubcaps.
09-25-2019 09:09 AM
180OUT Those are Autoparko TI Super/TZ wheels in 6x15? They add just the right subtle touch, Joor. I you don't know what you're looking at you'd probably look right past them. But, if you know what they are, the visual impact is entirely different.
09-25-2019 08:53 AM
Gordon Raymond Alfa never did anything "all-at-once" from my observations.
09-25-2019 12:26 AM
GTV-074 Joorz,

S1's had a black 'stripe/section' of the headlining on the rear inside pillar, S2's didn't.

Also RHD cars got standing pedals in both S1 & S2.

I noticed that discrepancy too and thought the same - a 'change over' period perhaps.

09-24-2019 11:52 PM
JoorZ105 I think the beige 1750 was changed. Maybe to look like a 2nd series? But you never now, considering its a 69 and alfa is known to have just used what was in stock. Seems unlikely though, because the rest looks 1st series except for the steering wheel. It really is a nice car! I am having doubts looking at the trunk floor: does not fit the big picture. Is that accident dammage?

Differences 1st and 2nd series:

1st series 1750 berlina 67-69:
- cross over air intake, later on also air cleaner on intake
- standing pedals with lockheed brake booster
- bumper mounted turnsignals and no turnsignals on the front fenders (but often added)
- single circuit brake system
- 5 spd manual
- steering wheel black plastic
- bootlid without alfa badge
- rear black and white badge and 1750 script next to number plate
- interchangeable 'cushion' or armrest with opening lid in backseat

2nd series 1750 berlina 69-72
- air cleaner on intake side
- hanging pedals with ate brakebooster
- body mounted turnsignals
- dual circuit brake system
- 5 spd manual or optional 3 spd ZF automatic
- different centre console to S1 (ashtray & 3 switches)
- steering wheel fake wood
- fender mounted turn signals
- bootlid with alfa badge
- rear 1750 script (no badge) next to number plate
- "stay fitted" doors (s1 did not have this)
- fixed centre pull down armrest in backseat

I previously owned a 69 1st series and now own a 71 2nd series, sicilian import in 2019.
They coincidentally met. The 69 looks a bit tired now.

09-19-2019 06:06 AM
Andrew The beige cava 1750 Berlina in Italy sold for $14,500 on BaT. A steal, though a long way for the US for such buyers.
09-17-2019 06:55 AM
gigem75 A full figured wheel for sure. Nice style too.
09-16-2019 07:54 PM
Melber Major wheels

I know the seller and have seen the wheels and they are very nice wide wheels.
09-12-2019 02:50 PM
Andrew That's a lot of wheel on a 105 car.
09-12-2019 02:41 PM
shakingthrough A set of Melber Major wheels reportedly from a modified Giulia TI just hit BaT:
09-12-2019 10:57 AM
tarnow The BAT Berlina looks nice, wished there were photos of the jacking points, rockers, door bottoms, spare tire well, etc.

I previously owned a '69 Euro spec 1750 Berlina; floor pedals, body mounted signal lights, toggle switches mounted inside center console wood veneer, and manually adjustable outer headlights.
09-12-2019 08:38 AM
Andrew I'd put it as August/Sept production, yes. In the US that would possibly make it a 1970 model year car, but I realize outside the US it didn't work that way. And there weren't any 1970 US cars.
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