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How do I know what Series my 1987 Alfa Romeo Spider, Graduate Is?i assume 105 to 115 means years 1966 to 1994
what are the meaning of the series numbers? Why!!! I feel like I’m 5 again... WHY????
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It’ll be indicated by your car’s serial number.
 

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And I believe some 105s were made as early as 64, and at least for the US, the last 115s were in 1995.
 

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Mo gas on the fire!!
105/115 were the same car, EXCEPT
105 designated Euro Spec
115 designated USA spec
Per the Centerline chart years
Is what my knowledge base says!!
Welcome to the BB!!
Enjoy your 115 Alfa!!
 

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And I believe some 105s were made as early as 64, and at least for the US, the last 115s were in 1995.
Wasn't the new Giulia sedan introduced in 1962?

Mo gas on the fire!!
105/115 were the same car, EXCEPT
105 designated Euro Spec
115 designated USA spec
Per the Centerline chart years
Is what my knowledge base says!!
Welcome to the BB!!
Enjoy your 115 Alfa!!
This is not correct. The 105 were not all "Euro Spec". I have a 105.62 and that is a US Spec car. There are chassis and suspension differences between the early 105 and late 105 cars. In general, the later 105 cars have a suspension more like the 115 cars.
 

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Yep as the first reply in this thread pointed out, CenterLineAlfa has the answers :D

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Not to confuse things, but "series" could also mean the following:
Series 1: 1966-1969
Series 2: 1970-1982/1983
Series 3: 1982/1983-1989/1990
Series 4: 1990-1994
 

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I always thought that as far as spiders go, only the round tail S1's were 105 series. S2-S4 were 115.
Ive never thought about what makes an Alfa a 105 vs a 115...
 
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