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I came across this video about the restoration of a 101 Giulietta Spider. It is both entertaining and instructional as it shows a number of points that will be helpful as I continue with the restoration of my '64 Giulia Spider.


I hope you find it as enjoyable as I have. Of course, it is the Alfa mother tongue :p

Ray
 
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Looks so easy...piece of tiramisu! I wouldn’t follow everything in the same manner as did his team, but it’s interesting to see how others go about it and in which order. I wish I had had a lift to work with instead of just tall floor jacks. Standing up would have been so much easier for many of those tasks.

After seeing how many of the floors and body panels had to be repaired on multiple threads here on the BB, I realize just how lucky I got with mine. Especially since it has never left Ohio. Goes to show what proper storage can mean to the life and future of a Giulietta.

Thanks for sharing, Ray.
 

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Thanks for the video, best 20 min I have spent recently. Three things come to me...
1) Where did they find that car?
2) Billable hours, wow!
3) I really need a floor lift!
 
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