Boy you guys know your way around a computer ! Good work Thanks
I can not even seem to post a low quality photo by my name.
Ps how long before I am not a jr. member?
Thanks for doing this , woulderful to share, I sure can not buy it.
It is a great looking car.
In addition to the wheels and steering wheel you mention, the other non-original stuff I can see include;
Front bumper - it's from a '69 US version GTV
Tail light lenses - also from a '69 US GTV
The engine bay should be body color
Front seats are from a right hand drive car
It also looks like the ride height is too high
It appears the C pillar badges are from a 2l - a snake instead of a gold quadrifogio (but my glasses are dirty)
The 1750 badge is missing from the boot lid as is the Bertone badge from the LF wing.
And the front grill is bent and missing the top slat.
An excellent looking example though, original or not.
The Sprint finished at 33.7K, but didn't meet reserve. It's back again starting at 33K. My guess is that it is going to have to be quite a bit north of 36K to sell, as the owner bought it at the RM Auction in Montery last summer for 36.3K. SCM thought that was nearly twice the market for a Sprint Veloce. Here's what they said:
"Which makes the price garnered for this car all the more curious, especially since a few restoration details (like the inaccurate fitment of a five- rather than four-speed gearbox) would ordinarily bring the price down, not up. Still, cosmetically this is a gorgeous car, bought at a prestigious auction where people have money to throw around. The smart buy: Pay no more than $20,000 for a fully restored edition."
purchased a 1300 from a 72? Giulia Super to put in my 62 Giulietta Spider. Oil Pan is slightly different.
Is it acceptable practice to modify the cast alu sump from the 101 engine to replace the Bat Wing sump on the 105 motor.
Looks like holes need to be drilled or studs need to pulled out of...
As I progress with the restoration of my car, I'm trying to connect the dots of ownership. Here's what I know, hopefully someone on these boards may be able to filling something in.
The car is titled as a 1962 Giulietta Spider Normale. It is a 10103, VIN number AR 170257. The engine number...
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce Restortion (registered as a 1966)
Hi All, Once again the fun begins to start an exciting restoration of a rare piece of Italian automotive history and to lean on the incredible knowledge of the Alfisti on this board to help along the journey.
I have recently...
Hi Guys and gals; Could someone point me in the right direction of chassis dimensions for a 101? I've gone to some of the usual suspects locally and researched the web and have only found pieces and jig dimensions. I want to make sure the car is square before I start on the body. Thanks in advance!