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Giulia and Berlina Picture Roll-call

I know not being an expert, it would greatly help me to see the different years and models posted in one place. Maybe those of you lucky enough to own these beauties can post the pics here so we could have one thread for quick reference and comparison?

I think front and rear and 3/4 shots, as well as interior and engine shots would be great. Really, any pics at all. Post as many detail shots as you want, I know someone will benefit and it could spark a lot of discussion. I can't believe how many incredible and varied cars there are on this board, and seeing them on one thread would make it convenient to compare and contrast.

Thanks in advance to everyone who posts pics and comments. Maybe if we get enough participation, this thread could be made a sticky so it's always at the top?
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I'll start the ball rolling. Yes, she's no beauty right now but she's got so much heart. Restoration coming.
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1966 Super

Here are some shots of a 1966 Super (titled in the great state of Maryland as a '67) showing both pre-bodywork/paint and post bodywork/paint.

The car is mostly "stock" but the engine shot shows the transplanted 1750 from the original 1600. All the air filter pieces/parts are from the original 1600.

Note the upper door-mounted side-view mirror--it clamps to the window opening. This one looks like it never had a drilled-through side mirror mount.

The front shot gives a good view of the grill and nipple lights.
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Alfiat, I disagree, she's IS a BEAUTY. Especially to someone who doesn't own one right now. Great pics, and please, keep posting pics of the restoration.

nochicken, thank you also. Beautiful car as well. I grew up close to you but never saw any cars like that when I could've afforded a Giulia 30 years ago.

Thank you both for the response, I'm really excited about seeing all the pics.
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Poke around on the Berlina Register website (Berlina Register) a bit to see some more pics, though there are more Berlina than Giulia pics there.
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Andrew, your Berlina Register is great. Thanks for the link, I haven't been back there in a long time. I'm hoping that others will also post pics of their Berlinas so this thread can be a one-stop shop for all sedans of that era. I've been all over the BB and am amazed by the wealth of info, but it's spread out over so many threads, some of which are buried because they haven't been commented on lately. I'm hoping if there's enough interest that this thread will be made a sticky and will stay on top of the Sedan section as a reference for newbies like me looking for info, as well as experts who just can't find that link or tip they had read about months ago.
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Here is mine.1300 ti,built at Aprile 21 1967.Totaly original except the servo unit.
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I'm going to have to start wearing a bib. Geez Billy, your car is sweet. Okay, this isn't helping my obsession at all.

And Andrew, just spent some more time looking over the Berlina Register. Great info. This thread is certainly not intended to replace all the info you have posted there. In fact, I hope this thread will help direct more to your great webpage. You're the first to unravel the mysteries of the various tipos to me.
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Awesome thread. Thanks for starting it JD.
Notice how cool the '66 is with the top of the grill connected to the hood.
JD you need to get one of these. I dare say, it's one the best AR models ever made. Attached: Not my car - a real beauty.
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Nice thread !

@ Fred, nice to see she is still going strong
@ Billy 72 junior , VERY nice example !!!
@ nochicken, one of my favorites and rare on this side of the pond, 1st serie Super
Will send Sal some pictures of my cars because I'm not able to put them on the board myself

Fred, that blue Super looks familiar to me ;-), it is in Anaheim now

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Fred, at this point, I'd take any of the cars posted on this thread. Great pics, thanks.

Roland, thank you. I was surprised no one else had started one, unless I missed it. Send away, you have some of the nicest Giulias and it'll be great to get them posted on here.

Also, anyone can feel free to post links to their other Giulia or Berlina threads. Like I said, I want this to be a starting point for anyone looking for more info on these great cars.
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A good idea, this thread!
Here are a couple of shots from todays meet @ Cars& Coffee.
On the right, a '67 Super in dark silver
center, a '70 1600 S in verde Muschio
left, a '70 1300 TI in grey

Guys, you should have come! It was beautiful !!

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Randy, I would'a if I could'a. LA (Lower Alabama) to LA is kinda far to go for a meeting though, even if a bunch of sweet Alfas show up.

As promised pics of Giulia Bianca's (Roland's) cars. *drool* Wish one one of them were mine...

First his 1972 Giulia Super 1300.
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just 3 Randy ? the weather seems to be very OK !
Nice to see the S is not a trailerqueen
Jef T's car beside your S ? , grigio indaco
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And pics of Roland's 1965 white beauty.
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