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Thread with pictures only of 116 Giuliettas

Hi everyone, i would really like to see the 116 giulietta's out there, locally or internationally. It will be interesting to see how people restore these classics. They are great cars and very fun. Here is some pictures of mine.
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lovely, nice restoration
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Hi everyone,
first of all, its great to see pictures of 116 giulietta's. There's not many around these days in excellent condition.

I owned my first giulietta at the age of 15, it was 1.8L 1981 model. By the age of 16 my dad put me on a 2.0l 1984 model, which had only 81,000kms. I'm the second owner,but as the car was abounded the paint work needed to be restored and so a full restore was started. It took me 2 and a half years to complete and have won several wash and shines and the alfa show in Melbourne.

I have another 2 1984 2.0l giulietta's ( as many say 1 isn't enough. I find it very addictive and have a strong passion for it)
1 of the other 2 giulietta's has been modified heavy but will also be in a show room condition when finished.
I'll post pics tomorrow.
The other car can no longer be put on the road due to the previous owner distorying it. These days its a donor car.

Anyway, these are the pics of my 1984 2.0l that I restored at the age of 16. Its driven daily and has won many awards and many offers made.

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thats excellent man, i like it! i still like the originality of the two tone. just out of interest, how much do giuliettas go for these days?
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Was 2 tone on all of the model years?
I have always thought that Giuletta's looked good.
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(also check these out The GTVeloce Automotive gallery)
(hope the site owner does not mind)
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so great to see some 116 gulietta. theres another guy from adelaide that has a gulietta and hes on this forum i think.
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yeh i think mainly. More so in Australia. even if it was a thin plastic strip around the body which was a different colour or even just the bumpers like in the picture below. mainly the 1.6s in the European countries,
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yeh, stormx?
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Hi everyone,
first of all, its great to see pictures of 116 giulietta's. There's not many around these days in excellent condition.

I owned my first giulietta at the age of 15, it was 1.8L 1981 model. By the age of 16 my dad put me on a 2.0l 1984 model, which had only 81,000kms. I'm the second owner,but as the car was abounded the paint work needed to be restored and so a full restore was started. It took me 2 and a half years to complete and have won several wash and shines and the alfa show in Melbourne.

I have another 2 1984 2.0l giulietta's ( as many say 1 isn't enough. I find it very addictive and have a strong passion for it)
1 of the other 2 giulietta's has been modified heavy but will also be in a show room condition when finished.
I'll post pics tomorrow.
The other car can no longer be put on the road due to the previous owner distorying it. These days its a donor car.

Anyway, these are the pics of my 1984 2.0l that I restored at the age of 16. Its driven daily and has won many awards and many offers made.

regards;
Marco.




i am also only 16 and own a gtv6 and proud of it!
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yeh nice choice, i love the gtv6's, i had a gtv, at the moment just got my 75 and giulietta
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Hi guys,
thanks very much for the replies, its great to see so many people search the same passion for these cars.

To choff 1750, a descent giulietta may go for only a couple of thousand only, here in melbourne. Mine somehow seems to be liked by many people here in melbourne.Offers have been made but very hard to accept.

Anyway, as promised I'll post those other pics of my 2nd giulietta thats currently in the build. Just some hints, it got a custom fuel injection kit and alfa 75 twinspark gearbox. I'll post the pics tomorrow night with all the info.

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yeh i think mainly. More so in Australia. even if it was a thin plastic strip around the body which was a different colour or even just the bumpers like in the picture below. mainly the 1.6s in the European countries,
the 1.8's up to 1981 were all one colour bodys with charcoal bumbpers and a chrome strip along the sills.
i particulary like the quarter vent with its circular fuel cap over ribbed pressed metal ,
and the rear badging which was a sticker decal along the length of the bootlid that read "Alfa Romeo Giulietta 1.8" in stylish square writting style.

my car was silver with later model clear coloured blinker lens and was lowered one inch with original giulietta 13' steel wheels widened to 14x7 on 195 60 michelins and tinted windows. it was the hottest looking 80s boxy sedan ever.
unfortunatly that was before my digital camera days. i do have the original sales brocher though.
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Believe it or not my old giulietta used to be as good as mr116`s but in blue a few years ago. will post pics of it up soon but in very poor condition.
just bought a new giulietta stock as but runs a treat. doing it up very slowly. will allso post pics soon.
i allso LOVE my giuliettas i have owned 3.

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