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post #46 of 60 (permalink) Old 01-11-2019, 08:20 AM
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Nice Giulia Super for sale in Milan . . .

https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alf...er-1600-a.html
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Nice Giulia Super for sale in Milan . . .

https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/alf...er-1600-a.html
I believe this requires some thorough vetting.. enter this portal with both eyes open..
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Baldanzi is living in Milan so we'll soon know more about this car from someone who's looking at it up close.

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You´ve answered the question now, so good luck with your search. US is better for Coupés and spiders, but not many sedans were imported, though 2000 Berlina is relatively easy to find in USA. There has been a lot of good advice about buying condition. Buying a 1300 is the most probable, and they go well. Once you load the car with family and find some hills, they lose that charm! Upgrading to 2 litre, you also need to upgrade brakes and lsd is a good idea, but USA is full of cheap spiders.

I´m in Madrid and have bought a few cars from Italclassic in Alicante, including cars which they have restored for me, always to complete satisfaction.

https://www.italclassic.com/en/

I would get in touch with Ben Rasenberg for advice if not an actual sale, or for any hard to get used parts. Also Classic Alfa tend to beat Alfaholics on price, but there are good suppliers in Germany and France who have websites in English.

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Baldanzi is living in Milan so we'll soon know more about this car from someone who's looking at it up close.
I've sent PM - but no reply (I saw this car a couple of weeks ago posted on FaceBook). Honestly, first point - I can't do that color Second, I think I just found "my" car..... more to follow. (a lovely 1300 super with a fresh 1750 swap). I just gotta work the deal now.

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alfa giulia

If you are still interested i have the giulia super you look for here in Milano
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Here's the question - I am currently living in Milan Italy for work and will move back to the USA (Philadelphia) in July 2019. As a family we have decided that we should get a cool car the whole family can enjoy. Ive been looking at Fiat 500s and Lancia Fulvia Coupes, but the Alfa is the one we want. Should I buy here and bring it back or is the supply in the USA good enough? Obviously price is a factor . I'm not going to pay a premium here if prices are better in the USA.....On the other hand, having a Giulia to drive around over the next year is worth something!

My dream car is a GTA/Junior/GTV coupe but the prices are too high - plus I want something large enough for the family to enjoy. I'm going to pour through this forum and stickies to learn all I can about which models to go after, etc. Would love to keep it in the later 1/2 of the sixties. Any advice is appreciated. Am very open minded about models and other suggestions

Been a car-nut all of my life an am finally trying to get an Alfa. Lots of old-car experience (65 Benz Coupe and Volvo p1800s as previous cars) so projects, within reason, don't scare me off. I'm really looking to turn this into a family obsession and project with the boys. We were at the Alfa Museum recently and the family fell in love with the dark blue Super they have on the floor. My wife said, "that's the one I want"
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If you are still interested i have the giulia super you look for here in Milano
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Matteo: Look at the top of the page. To the right of "Welcome" you find "your notifications" which is where you'll find private messages sent to you on the bb. You have to be logged in to see the private messages.

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Sorry for no posts. I've been busy! Remember that car from the Alfa Museum I posted in my first post? My family said that's the one they want..... Well I came close, a 1973 1.3 Super with a 1750 swap.

My head is spinning. Car arrived today - immediately tucked into the garage to avoid the snow forecast here in Milan for tomorrow.

I will create a new thread for this one with better pix when I get a chance! First impressions, engine is great, body very good, interior very good. Lots of little things to sort out. I'll address it all in the new thread in a bit. I'm a little freaked out that we actually did it! Here are pix from the advert. I'll post new ones in a bit
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Congratulations. You are not going to regret this.....as I regret selling my 1,6 Super, same colours.
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She is beautiful! Congrats!

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V. nice!

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Looks like you found a really good car. Congratulations! Keep us posted.

Jim . . . '72 Super 1300, '70, 1750GTV, 2nd series,
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1.3 Super ..nice !

Great colour too.

Congrats on the purchase.

Cheers.

P.S. I was in Italy last October for 4 weeks, travelled from north to south, I was amazed that in the month I was
There the only old Alfa I saw was a duetto in Milan (besides the old cars at the Museo Historico!) and an odd
75 here and there, they must all be hidden away!

'74 2000 GTV - Robinia Metallizzato, '73 1.3 Giulia Super - Giallo Prototipo, '68 1750 S1 Berlina - Verde Oliva Metallizzato
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Beautiful car! Congratulations!!! Love the colors!

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