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post #1531 of 1679 (permalink) Old 06-04-2017, 08:11 AM
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See below the interior and underbonnet.
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Last steps on the interior will be to fit Ti Super type door pulls, and, when funds allow, some replica seats......... £££££

I'm making some concessions to comfort and practicality, ie the original Ti Super had the heater and the dash passenger grab handle removed for weight saving, but I'm leaving them in.

Also, I need the bank of three rocker switches for the dash. Does anyone have a known good set ? White or black, I don't mind. I have a set, but one of the rockers is awry, and I don't think it's possible to fix it.

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What gauges did you use and where did you get them from? Car looks good.

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Richard, gauges are originals from a Giulietta Sprint, and are the same as originally used in the pukka Ti Super. They took some finding, but eventually sourced some from Belgium,
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Steve,

Congrats on the car, you've done a great job!

Just one point. Can't see from the pics if the carbies are mounted with the metal extensions or the standard rubber ones? I mention it as I can't see a support for the carbs or the metal
face plate locking the 2 together. You might want to look at that if there isn't anything.

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Hi Paul, thanks for the comments.
The carbs are on solid mounts, with Misab plates and Cosworth type "rubber bobbin" mounting fasteners. No need for a support, or face plate. Been using them like this for 40 years plus with no problems whatsoever. I think the only reason Alfa used them in the first place was that their rubber mounts were so floppy, they needed something to keep them steady. As far as I'm aware, the only other manufacturer that used the rubber mounts was Lancia on a few models. If you think of all the other manufacturers that used either DCOE's or Dellortos, without a support bar, then I think that says enough.
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Good work Steve!

It wasn't quite visible in the pics. Lots of people get into fitting that style of air filters then take the stay or faceplate off
And wonder why the carbies won't hold their settings!

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I can understand that problem when retaining the Alfa mounting rubbers, because they allow the carbs to shake about so much, but never had a problem with that when the carbs are fitted to solid mounts,

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I donated a "vintage uber" night with the Giulia (and me as driver, of course) for my daughter's school auction. Had to take a few glamour shots...
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Hi all
I m french, i restore a nuova super and i'm looking for a picture of a nuova super with 15 inch gta rims.
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Hi all
I m french, i restore a nuova super and i'm looking for a picture of a nuova super with 15 inch gta rims.
Thanks you !

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Hello Jules,

Here you go....this is maybe one of the latest produced Giulia Nuova Supers. Produced end of april 1977, and according to last chassis number produced ours is only 112 before.
Anyway the request was a photo of a Nuova with 15"GTA rep.



IMG]https://i.imgur.com/smVBjfv.jpg[/IMG]

set up is Alfaholics fastroad B-kit (185 is max on the rear) with some extra milling of the reardisc to avoid rubbing on the innerrear fenders.
And don't mind the dents and scratches, as it's a non restored Nuova in it's purest set up. Therefore it's wearing a "Squadra Patina" sticker on the frontfender.
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Hi, What size tires are you running?
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Hello MIaGiulia,

Thanks for the pic !
I also set up a alfaholics kit B, i realize it's very nice result.
Mine is a 1976, in red, i c'ant post a pic



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on my 72 Giulia I mounted 195-55 on 15" rims by perfectly centering the rear to the body and milling 3mm off of brakes, works perfect with Alfaholics fast road kit.
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