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Must be a 105 car, due to the standpipe at the back, and the vacuum fitting for brakes. Though I don't see the three bolt bosses for the air filter canister.
I have one like it, one water fitting on the bottom of the manifold, one on the standpipe at the back, that came off a 65 10508 Giulia TI.

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Hi Andrew,

Is your manifold fully identical to this one? Just asking in order to make sure to identify it correctly for a potential buyer.....

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Pretty stinkin' close. I can verify at home this evening.
With the vacuum takeoff it has to be 105. No such thing as a 101 with power brakes, right?
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Confirmed my 105 TI part is just like that, including location of screwed-in plugs, water temp sender, etc.

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