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Well folks, after much thought I'm putting my TI up on the block. I'm cleaning house as it were and it's time to move on. I will post better photos later when it stops raining:

1964 Giulia TI 1600

5 speed column shift
Bench Seats (covered in nice leather but original grey wool is untouched underneath)
1600 powered by a single Weber (I replaced the old Solex)
Engine was rebuilt about 15,000 miles ago and runs very smoothly
ATE brake front and rear
4.56 Limited Slip
All electrical works (side markers need to be hooked up though)
New braided steel brake lines
Inner and outer rockers were replaced on both sides
Rebuilt generator (maybe 300 miles on it)
Fairly new Vredstein tires (1 1/2 years old)
New clutch linkage
New NOS dashpad

All original trim is on the car. The paint is not good and yes, there is rust. There is rust in throughout the rear clip. I do have an entire non-rusty rear clip that is available (it is being stored at Group 2, I assume it's still there). All the glass is good.

The car was my daily driver for a couple years. I drove it from Seattle to Berkeley and back. I would not hesitate to do it again. Its steering is incredibly tight/precise and it handles as a Giulia sedan should. You can toss the crap out of it. The column shift is fun and works well.

I imported the car from Canada and since then it's lived with me in Seattle, Berkeley and Portland.

The engine is strong and goes like stink for a single carbed car. If you slapped on dual Webers I bet it'd go like a bat out of hell.

It's been a really fun car to own and will make someone very happy. The sticker you see on the hood in the photo is no longer on the car.

This is an early model Giulia TI and rare as it's a column shift that has not been converted to a floor shift. Other than the rear axle and brakes, this car is pretty original.

It's located in Portland Oregon but still registered in Washington. It will need new tabs. Andrew Watry knows this car as do a couple others.

$4,500.00 OBO takes it.

This car has a ton of life left in it and this is an excellent opportunity to grab a rare Giulia TI.
 

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Wow, I didn't expect so many responses so quickly. I gotta get some coffee in me then I'll start responding to everyone who is interested.
 

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She's still here. I didn't get the number in all the excitement but I will do that for you.

As far as what's next, I think it may be a Norton Commando or perhaps a nice old BSA. I'm clearing out my Alfas and taking a little break from them for a while. It's been a nice long affair with Alfa but it's time for a hiatus.
 

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Crazy man! Can't believe a piston toasted. Yeeeeesh. Well, I'm glad you made it home.

I did the Seattle to Berkeley and back run myself. It tore up the road and was a hoot in the pass. I did clean up the solenoid earlier in the year as it was sticking from the 40+ years of gunk. I cleaned it out fairly well but you may want to pull it apart and go over it again.

Yeah, the car ain't perfect but it's **** fun to drive and you'll probably not run across another that often. Everytime I open my garage door and see nothing but some little drippins' from the oil pan my eyes well up...sniff!

It's gone to a great owner and I'm sure I'll see it again. Oh, love the night shots. Lemme know if there is actually a TZ crank in it. If you have any other questions about it let me know.

If anyone cares I have a '78 Alfetta Sport Sedan for sale. He's quick hell, snorts like a stallion. I call him Nero. Ask Luigi, he rode in it. Although I'm almost tempted to keep him (it's soooo hard going Alfa-less).
 

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Anyhoo...Luigi will rebuild the engine and she'll be fine.

Ah yeah, my pops did mention he might bite on the 'Fetta SS but ya know, money talks and sh*t walks! So pony up Pops! Your son needs a new Norton Commando!
 
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