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post #151 of 613 (permalink) Old 04-21-2011, 03:17 AM
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this strap goes on the rear very left boot's base. Must find 2 small hinges where it goes. This strap was only for 105 giulia/berlina. I guess, it was for the emergency triangle.
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post #152 of 613 (permalink) Old 04-21-2011, 03:21 AM
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Hey, the shown above link for where to hung the strap is not correct at all! This is obviously a DIY since someone couldn't locate the hinges. The correct is left to fuel tank on the flat base near the left rear wing.
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Hi Derek. Re the strap you found. It is to hold the tool kit in the TIs, Supers and some Berlinas. Mounts to small bracket located on LHS of boot just behind the fuel filler neck on the frame rail. Most have been broken off entirely (ie. the spot-weld snapped and there is no evidence of the bracket) or as in the case of Rosso 722656, the outer section is snapped off. Here are a couple of photos. My Biancospino Super has it intact and my new AR 105 26 49 200 body has it of course. Last photo shows a strap is still attached to the clip in a parts car, but outer section broken off. If you want to sell the strap I am in the market. GBC
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this strap goes on the rear very left boot's base. Must find 2 small hinges where it goes. This strap was only for 105 giulia/berlina. I guess, it was for the emergency triangle.
Hi Kostas, let me guess you probably have a few of these in your NOS stash as well!

Thanks Gavin, very cool reference photos. You certainly know these cars well. I will keep this strap as its nice to reunite my car with bits its should have had in the day. Now that I have got the right toolkit it'll be nice to put it in the right spot. Although I am tempted to put this other one I have in the boot just cos I like it!
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Hi Derek, I'm still off for easter holidays. Must have one or 2 of these rubbers...I will check when I'm back, send me a reminder after 10days
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Yeah, I haven't seen one in use either. I guess I should check to see where it could attach to.

Thanks for adding your car to my website too, it is my favourite coloured Super! When I was thinking about changing the colour of mine it would have been something like yours.
Derek,

When it is convenient, could i trouble you for a measurement of the length of the strap from the far ends of both buckles?

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Hey Ben, sent you an email. A cars-and-coffee event at TARGA in Byron Bay?! Does it get any better?!! I cant wait to go to that. I would definitely spread the word up here. For those that don't know, Italiansedanman has two fantastic food joints in Byron - St Elmo which is a fantastic, happening bar/cafe/dining restaurant and Targa, his latest venture which serves great italian food, wine, coffee etc. Go visit in your Alfa and I'm sure you'd get a good reception!
In Byron this weekend, had a most excellent breakfast at Targa, going to try to do dinner at St Elmo's one night too...
It's a nice break halfway through doing a set of 105 sills!

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Peter, I'll measure once I'm back at work.

Ben you lucky bugger. I hope to do the same soon when we are down at Lennox for a week soon

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Peter here are the strap dimensions in mm.
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Peter here are the strap dimensions in mm.
Excellent! Many thanks, Derek.

My car is missing both the tool holder and the strap. I'm going to fabricate a DIY replacement while I look for the pukka items.

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Hi Derek,
My Super had that strap too and the tool kit was encircled with it. Thought it was made like that.

Waiting to see more pics.

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Soo, I will get some new pics hopefully this week. Been a bit distracted with other things for the last couple of weeks but have just resumed my snail pace resto.

I had to order a few more panels last week too - dog leg patches in front of the rear wheels and bottoms of front guards behind the wheels. Typical, as you need to cut of these parts to fit the sills that they had been rusting from the inside out due to the factory not painting them very well or at all for that matter. Anyway, I have peace of mind now that this lot of metal should last a bit better.

Panel shop are wanting to hang the doors soon to confirm gaps for the sills so they need the hinges that I had removed, darned if I can find them all! I might be sending out an SOS for one or two soon...

Also, is there an easy way to remove the hinge pins? two of mine are stuck and yes I have removed the cotter pins. I've tried belting them with a punch and hammer but no budgie. Maybe I need to get a butane torch and put a bit of heat on the hinge attached to door part?

Bruce(Alfanuts) if you read this, when you get back from galavanting all over Europe you should start a Giulia Super Decal thread since you did so well with a Spider one a while back! or anyone else for that matter. I really would like to dress the car up with the right stickers. I only have the airbox, lube, and paint sticker. Need to find the made in Italy for the A pillar and the one that goes under the Lube sticker. Couldnt see any others on my car but I am sure there were more.

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Hi Derek, Indeed there are a lot more stickers than you mention. I managed to buy a full set (came complete) off someone over in the US off Ebay a while ago. I think I paid around $40-45 USD plus postage.

Re hinges, see how you go, it is possible I might have a spare one or two, but I too would need to check.

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Hi Folks Gavin tells me this is where he spends his time. That strap i would have a heap of them somewhere.Can anyone put up a pic showing the bottom sides of the front seats .My 67 super has the big seats that almost touch and the po had the faces redone but the round winders have something missing, also the plastic cover trim .This 105 has moved up to 7th in line to be restored so i am researching .John Tweed Heads gold coast
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