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|06-15-2019 03:15 PM|
|mbaum||@ganunez - That's a seriously nice wheel. Please sell it to me :-)|
|06-13-2019 04:43 PM|
Originally Posted by mbaum View Post
AlfaFranjo - On Sale
|06-13-2019 02:22 PM|
|ganunez||This is the only wheel I've ever seen on 64 US version TIs. They are 1600.|
|06-13-2019 11:29 AM|
|06-13-2019 11:28 AM|
|mbaum||@Jim G - Which guy are you talking about?|
|06-12-2019 06:07 PM|
|Jim G||This guy makes new centers emblems for that steering wheel.|
|06-12-2019 05:16 PM|
The balck wheel has gotta be from a Giulia 1300 not a TI.
Also see pics on this link
Nice grigio grafite TI here - with black and white wheel ...
|06-11-2019 07:08 PM|
I had two 64 US market cars and one 65 Italian market car, all had black rim with white center piece. I've never seen the black/black, but we didn't get that many TIs in the US. By 65/66, cars coming to the US had the same wheel as the Super, at least that's my sense of it.
|06-11-2019 02:33 PM|
Does anybody have insights on a 1600 TI with the black/ black wheel? A quick online search brings up pics from very early 1300 TI cars. Could the black/ black wheel be specific to them?
For what it is worth: My Giulia TI 1600 is Grigio Graphite over a Red interior.
|06-11-2019 09:40 AM|
|willwiser||My Nero Black exterior w/ tan interior has a black with white vinyl steering wheel|
|06-11-2019 07:05 AM|
|Alleggerita||FWIW my 64 TI (registered in 65) with Dunlop disc brakes all around had the white black combo in it ... no longer have the wheel|
|06-10-2019 10:02 PM|
64 Giulia TI - Steering wheel
Long time no talk. Good to be back on the AlfaBB after sOme absence. I just bought a 64 Giulia TI and it currently is fitted with the later 1300 TI/ three spoke steering wheel and I am currently planning on getting an original one.
QQ: The "horn ring" type of steering wheel is obviously the right one. But in this threat, I think that I learned that there were three color combo options for the steering wheel: Black/ black, white/ black and black/ white. Is this correct? Does anybody know what drove which wheel went into which car? The color? Customer spec? Whatever was next in the parts bin?
Would a black/ black be correct for the car? Or would i need to keep searching for a white/ black? Both pictured below.
Thanks a lot,