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post #1576 of 1679 (permalink) Old 01-19-2019, 11:16 AM
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Moving Picture

Well, it's a moving picture anyway. Not endorsing the series, prefer Jay Leno's Garage, but it's a Giulia!!!

https://www.netflix.com/watch/801713...ckId=155573560
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Never liked Jerry Seinfeld till I knew he liked cars. This series looks fun.
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Thanks for the link, good looking Super.

I just picked up my first Alfa a cople of weeks ago, so now can post to this thread.
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Here are a few pics.
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Love that color combo, faggio over tan. Looks like a proper well-sorted car. Are those Solexes?? Congrats. ROADTRIP!!!

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Now
- Spider Veloce, '69 US1750/4.56 LSD (
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- Gina Lolo Bianca - '65 early Series 1 Super, white/lt.blue-gray, stock 1600/4.56
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- for the heck of it now!!!
- Dijonaise- '73 Giulia Super 1.6, Giallo Piper/black, very stock (
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- "PF Ziggy" - 1991 ES-30 Sprint Zagato #550 - for pure hedonism now -
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- Colonel Mustard - '67 Giulia Sprint GTV, Giallo Ocra/black, very stock, 1600 (
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- '70 1300 TI, 2L/4.10LSD, white/black - for a short while only . . .
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My "new" 73 Berlina I picked up in August, stripped it down for paint and now putting it back together
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Peter Inshaw 59 Touring Spider 2.0, 63 Spider 1600, 67 GTV 1750, 67 Giulia Super Project, 73 Berlina TS, 91 Spider Veloce, 2018 Stelvio TI Sport
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Here’s my 67
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Finally lowered

Hereís a couple of pictures. One from road trip in summer to Oldtimer GrandPrix in Germany at the Nurburgring.
The other is from autumn prior to lowering - and last one taken a few hours ago after fitting new bushes, springs and shocks.
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Nice super. Looks exactly like mine - or how it was when I got it. Same year, engine (yes, solex) Faggio over tan with rubber mats as carpet. I've since done lots of work but still kept the colors. Send me a PM if you're interested in my resto-photo gallery. I'll be driving my Super back up from FLA this spring to CT. Perhaps we can meet up.
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Hereís my 67
Lovely, very similar to my '63.
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What springs did you use to lower it? Looks good. On my list to do once new wheels show up

Peter Inshaw 59 Touring Spider 2.0, 63 Spider 1600, 67 GTV 1750, 67 Giulia Super Project, 73 Berlina TS, 91 Spider Veloce, 2018 Stelvio TI Sport
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2018 Berlina year

its been a long time since I was here. Latest addition is a 2000 Berlina that I bought in Sweden. (it was originally delivered there in 1972, driving most of its life in Norrland which is musquito land in summer and freezing cold in winter)
In August we had a special line up at Zandvoort at the Spettacolo for 50 years Berlina. Some 20 Berlina's in total turned up over the weekend. Picture 1
And in October we had a special 50 year Berlina tour. You see most of the Berlina's gathered here at the finish.
2018 was a real Berlina year!
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Some more of my Berlina.
Changed the carbs from 45 mm weber to 40 mm. Take up was very rough and only at 3000 rpm would it become smooth. Put in some NOS Carello headlights.
Shaped up the wood on the dashboard.
Next thing to tackle is the gearbox, 2nd gear syncro is non existent. Then put it on the rolling road to optimize.
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I don't think it takes much expertise to realize that Berlina's are soon going to be The Next Big Thing. Berlina's are truly satisfying Alfa rides. The extra wheelbase, makes for great long-distance touring while the basic 105 suspension guarantees the kind of crisp handling we expect from our Alfas.
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I don't think it takes much expertise to realize that Berlina's are soon going to be The Next Big Thing. Barlina's are truly satisfying Alfa rides. The extra wheelbase, makes for great long-distance touring while the basic 105 suspension guarantees the kind of crisp handling we expect from our Alfas.
And good ones are getting rare!

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