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post #1396 of 1763 (permalink) Old 03-29-2018, 06:10 AM
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Better decide if you're going to figure costs in Euros or Dollars; they're getting further and further apart as the US gets Greater and Greater...It adds up.

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post #1397 of 1763 (permalink) Old 04-11-2018, 11:08 AM
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Here's a Giulia on BaT in FL. Lists as a Super, but by VIN seems to be a 1300 Super.
https://bringatrailer.com/listing/19...-giulia-super/

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Nice car, If anyone finds a straight ragged out survivor with totally shot mechanicals please PM me

The passenger seat is 15 miles an hour faster than the drivers seat.

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2017 Giulia Q4
74 GTV restored daily driver
71 Berlina in 2L restored driver
the ones that got away:
1959 750 series Giulietta Spider Veloce
1962 Giulietta Spider normale
1965 Giulia Sprint normale
1972 GTV
1974 GTV
1974 GTV
1977 Spider
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post #1399 of 1763 (permalink) Old 04-11-2018, 06:27 PM
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Every time I see a picture of one of these I want to go get in mine and go driving, even if it is in the middl of the night. I see one and I want to drive mine….it’s like a Pavlovian response.
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Once you drive one, you understand..
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post #1401 of 1763 (permalink) Old 04-12-2018, 10:25 AM
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Once you drive one, you understand..
Dead right Gordon. I've had two previous bertone Coupes, both nicely modded with hot (ish) 2 litre motors. The second one I built together with Bob Wright, a GTA Rep, clad completely in GRP. (Bob is famed in the UK for his Lightweight GRP clad shells.)
New 2 ltr, approx 170bhp, 870kgs, went like the wind.
I was talking to an old boy at a show one day who asked whether I'd ever driven a saloon. To that point I hadn't.
He said that once I'd tried a good one, I would never go back to a coupe.
God he was right.
I've put together this Ti Super Rep over the last two years, and wouldn't swap it for another coupe, no matter what it was.
It makes me smile every time I go out in it.
First ride of the year two days ago, (we've had snow here and mega rain up until last week), did about 50 miles and I could have driven all night.
The only car that I've had that gives the same sort of tactile feeling was a 60's Lotus Elan.
Nothing else comes close for me. The coupe's are good, but the saloon is better IMO.

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This particular car, I'd look at closely before jumping. But a Giulia in general, no question. I have 50K miles on my current one, 41 years now since I bought my first in high school.
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The little Giulia sedans, whether TI or Super versions, are definitely cars for Alfa "insiders". To appreciate one you almost have to spend time driving/owning one of the more popular coupes or spiders---which is, of course, a path most of us take before we find our Super. I don't mean to take anything away from other Alfas, not at all. It's just that if you know old Alfas and then sit in---or better still---drive a Super or TI, you immediately feel at home. Its like the car was made just for you.

Jim . . . '72 Super 1300, '70, 1750GTV, 2nd series,
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Ok, stop it, I want one and I have a Berlina

The passenger seat is 15 miles an hour faster than the drivers seat.

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2017 Giulia Q4
74 GTV restored daily driver
71 Berlina in 2L restored driver
the ones that got away:
1959 750 series Giulietta Spider Veloce
1962 Giulietta Spider normale
1965 Giulia Sprint normale
1972 GTV
1974 GTV
1974 GTV
1977 Spider
1974 Spider
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Here's a 1600 Super in that well known Alfa center, Boise. It's on SF CL. They know which side their toast is buttered on.
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Wow, asking $55,000. Wow. That would put my concourse S1 early 65 at . . . . nah.

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🤔🤔🤔 Wow, asking $55,000. Wow. 🤔🤔🤔
I happened across this a week or so ago and called him. He sent me some video of the car. Right year, right color, right engine...wrong price.

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Looks like it is going around a corner standing still.
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The passenger seat is 15 miles an hour faster than the drivers seat.

currently
2017 Giulia Q4
74 GTV restored daily driver
71 Berlina in 2L restored driver
the ones that got away:
1959 750 series Giulietta Spider Veloce
1962 Giulietta Spider normale
1965 Giulia Sprint normale
1972 GTV
1974 GTV
1974 GTV
1977 Spider
1974 Spider
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post #1410 of 1763 (permalink) Old 04-12-2018, 08:31 PM
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Great set of "winter matts " !

Needs a very close up inspection, but it might be a great car. Maybe not $55,000 great thou..
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