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1495 11794 Sold new in Canada, metric instruments just rolled over 100k kilometers. Everything original, older restoration, car in storage under single ownership for decades. New single Weber (original Solex included) rebuilt water pump, new brakes, door panels. Lovely looking and driving car. Rear main seal has a leak but I have a rebuilt 5 speed trans ready to go in which will be done before delivery. Nothing wrong with original 4 speed, shifts great but fifth makes for better cruising. Asking $45K more pictures and info through [email protected] Thanks, Fred
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I should add some details of what was done to the car in preparation to make it roadworthy- new Centerline springs, recored radiator with correct core, newer Vredestein tires, new RML points distributor, new fuel pump and hoses. All new brake linings and wheel cylinders and drums honed. 8C9A083A-FA7D-43E0-915C-B13683335E74.jpeg 307193AC-7ADC-4321-9DA9-93D2BE0F0165.jpeg
 

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Some have asked for the motore number and it is AR 00102 18176 believed to be the original. As you can see from the original data tag by this year only the range number is stamped no longer the actual block number as with earlier cars.
 

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Also it has been pointed out to me by a much higher authority to car is actually a 1960 probably built in Aug. or Sept. of that year. The color is the original, there’s even most of the paint manufacturer sticker left on the trunk bulkhead. I should also point the lovely condition of the steering wheel and horn ring.
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Hey Fred
Great car, Is this one of the few that the top stays on the rear deck and does not fold back into the spare tire well?
Kinda looks like one of those cars in one of the photo. I had #07582 that was like that. Its really unique. GLWTS
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Hi Fred,
Great looking early Giulietta. Those licence plate lights in the bumper were tastefully done, using later Alfa product. Looks neat.
What province in Canada was this Alfa from?
GLWTS.
 

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Thank-you! When it goes we’ll still have our Duetto and 74 and 83 Spiders to enjoy although the 83 is for sale also.
 
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