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Alfa Romeo
Tipo 105.06
White/Biancho Spino
Build and thereafter sold new to Catania, Sicily in September 1964 according to documentation and Alfa Romeo Italy. Thereafter sold to Germany where it was on the road for some years. Thereafter to Denmark as a potential parts car, but survived.. apart from missing brake items. Became a so called barn find.
And finally up to Norway where it now sits in my garage and waiting for his master to make her road worthy again
1964 Alfa Romeo Tipo 105.06 (White/Biancho Spino)


The original 1300 ccm tipo 101 motor is gone and replaced by a later 1300 Ti engine. As not original anyway, I consider to go the line further to install a Giulia Super 105.26 engine with the matching 2x Weber carbs.
Gearbox is 4-shift w mech. clutch.
Collecting parts for a possible Giulia TI Super replica build
Surprisingly good floors, sills and other typical corrosion areas for Giulia. Will keep the car as is with all patina. ie no external restoration since I am doing a serious restoration on a 1750 GTV.
The Cromodora Daytona wheels will go to the mentioned GTV
Suspension, driveline and brakes completely restored. All "hardware" blasted and powdercoated, new bushings etc all around.
There were some missing parts for the hand brake mechanism and took me a year to source the link and correct spring.

While sitting in Denmark the Dunlop brakes were taken from the car to be used in in a Giulia 1600 for historical racing. None calippers are replaced by later 105 ATE rear and Brembo alu-calippers in front.



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