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I am selling a 1966 alfa romero Giulia Ti pretty much all original Runs fair paint and body are fair does have a few issues but not bad for a 40 year old car. Can post pics upon request Via e-mail please pm with any questions or serious offers.....

The car remains in it's original form with the exception of electric fuel pump and the brake booster being bypassed. interior is pretty rotten due to hot desert sun.. no major body damage to speak of. engine runs fairly well no smoke knocking ect... carb needs a little work. dont get me wrong the car is not perfect has a few issues but for a 40 yr old car not to shabby. fixed a few minor bugs and had it on the road in no time, good enough to get the kids to Dairy queen and back. most of the rubber is sun rotted but in my opinion not a difficult fix...all the guages work. most of the lights. a few of the lenses crumbled while trying to change the bulbs. all in all a fair car excellent starter car all the pieces are there..
 

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QUOTE=scole;986431]Correct Alpha Romeo:rolleyes:
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No, it's Alpha Rodeo. But only if you're in Texas. :)
 

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From my records, built in late-Feb to mid-March 1965. This wasn't a car I previously knew about, though Kingman is also not where I'd first expect Giulia sedans to pop up.
Thanks for the info.
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Nice to know do your records show how many were built and which particular one this is as far as 1 of 20 thousand ect.....
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With Giulia sedans it's not that simple. There were dozens of variations, and they made 500,000 of them, so they're not really rare like a GTA or SZ. The majority were 1300s, sold outside the US, but for a US-market car, this is as garden-variety as they come, a floor-shift 1600 1965 TI in a typical color.

That said, they sold only a few thousand of these in the US. This is not like 1970 Hemi Cudas with AC, FM, and red-line tires, where there can be 1 of 1; all these cars were built the same. Whatever value it has is in its condition, not so much its rarity. Completeness, rust, condition of trim, plastic, rubber, how it runs, etc. all factor into value.

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Well taken but nonetheless it's classic and it's Alfa have had many differing opinions on rarity and value. That being said I think the car still holds a fair value knowing what can be done with it. Very popular with club racers and collectors.
 

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That being said I think the car still holds a fair value knowing what can be done with it. Very popular with club racers and collectors.
I'm sure we all agree on that, and I'm 100% sure Andrew's remarks were not meant to indicate differently. Good luck!
 
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