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I can't find pics of my trunk before I refitted the scripts.

However, my best recollection has three holes in the middle part for the one-piece 'alfaromeo' script, and four in line for the two pieces 'giulia' and 'super'.

Yours has four holes in square far right. That suits an "unified" 1972-74 Super, where the engine capacity was marked with either '1.3' or '1.6' behind the 'Giulia Super' (upper case for initials). I would say that all Supers from 1969 had the 'Alfa Romeo' script (upper case for initials - two pieces thus 4 holes) on the left side. Note that the layout illustrated below needs 4 holes in row for 'Giulia' and 'Super', ahead of the '1.6'. Same with 'Alfa' and 'Romeo' separated on the left: minimum 4 holes.

If you have the original scripts, all low caps, I would recommend you go back to original as illustrated in a post above since in all cases you will need to fill and/or drill some holes.

Note also that the dashboard 'giulia super' script is smaller than the trunk one, yet very similar - easy to confuse.

 

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Btw anyone have a wiring diagram for a 67 Super they can share?
New loom from AH is good but unlabeled and im trying to sort it out
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Here you find an entry "RTA Alfa Romeo Giulia rta.pdf ". Download it, it's a shop manual for the Giulia, French edition. At the end of the pdf (p.88-89) you find the wiring schemes for several versions, including the 1967 Super.
 
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