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Hello everybody...

I've heard that there are both 105 and 115 series GT and GTV in the States, I am just wondering which one is which (ie. what year, what model...) , and what are the two numbers behind the 105 and 115 - ie. 105.xx and 115.xx

Thank you very much. :D
 

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You heard right.

105 GTV's started with the step nose in 65. Then around 69ish (i dont exactly know) they started doing the 1750 and 2000 without the step nose. In 72 they became 115's. If I'm incorrect, correct me.

The 2 numbers are...

105.02 - Guilia Sprint GT
105.32 - GTA
105.36 - GT Veloce
105.30 - GT Junior
105.59 - GTA Junior
105.44 - GTV - euro
105.51 - GTA - usa
105.21 - GTV - euro
115.01 - GTV <-- my car whooo whooo

What I want to know, is whats the difference between say a 105.36 and a 105.30? Different interiors? Bigger or smaller engines? That's were I get confused.
 

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Snaidy,

105 Series GT Veloce = 1600 engine

105 Series GT Junior = 1300 engine

There were trim and interior differences, too, but they varied by year, and so many of the Juniors now have bigger engines installed and various trim pieces "upgraded" that it can in practice be hard to tell them apart.
 

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Here's Sniady's list with engine sizes added;

105.02 - Guilia Sprint GT - 1600
105.32 - GTA - 1600
105.36 - GT Veloce - 1600
105.30 - GT Junior - 1300
105.59 - GTA Junior - 1300
105.44 - GTV - euro - 1750
105.51 - GTA - usa - 1750
105.21 - GTV - euro - 2000
115.01 - GTV <-- my car whooo whooo - 2000

Plus a couple more;

105.25 - GTC - 1600
105.45 - GTV - euro - 1750 - RHD
105.49? - GTV - euro - 2000 - RHD

AFAIK, all 115s are USA market cars except the Junior Zagato 1600 115.24.
 
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