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Just called the PO and the car was sold. Any one buy it?
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1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia TI - $2000 (Nederland Co)

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Date: 2011-03-19, 4:50AM MDT
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1964 Alfa Romeo Giulia TI, This is one of the very early Giulias, 4 door sedan body and glass is very good. car needs restoration.
has 2000 engine in it, five speed of course with later brakes front and rear. limited slip diff with alloy wheels.
The grill is TI Super, very rare.. This was a fun and fast. Has not been driven for many years. There is no rust on the floor panels or the inner rockers.
All jack points are perfect some rust on the outer rockers but repairable., body is straight.. This is one of 9269 Alfa TI's built in 1964..
some rust in the spare tire well, and should be replaced possibly same as in the spider and is available new..
I bought the car in 1975. Unable to restore due to health problems so I am interested in selling it as it is..



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I wanted to look at it a few years ago, but never got to CO. At that time, the price was $4000 which seemed a bit high. A couple months ago, in the dead of Winter I thought about calling again, but I didn't have the time to go to CO. Guess I missed another one. I have photos, but don't know if it's proper to post without permission.
 

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I only can tell you that the new owners also restored a sprint and a spider. I don't know where they are from of where they live. I just missed it and that is bad because I need four early type doors with the early style door catchers..

Any one have four, or three or two or one for a start, thanks..

(I am not related to the TI seller)
 

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I have a dented but not rusty RR door from a 67 Super, which probably doesn't help you in terms of the proper hinges. It's also 3000 miles away.
Fabio in LA has had a few Giulia doors on ebay; he had many when I was at his warehouse 7-8 years ago. He's the seller of the Fiat "fire truck" on ebay; look for that and maybe contact him about what he's got.
You call APE to see if they have any? 209 365-1383.
There's a poor, complete 65 Giulia TI in Berkeley that's been sitting for one or more decades. Last time I talked to the owner, he wouldn't sell for less than $2800, and the car wasn't worth that. If you or someone is interested, I can leave him another note and see where he is on price now. I'll post some pics of the car Monday.
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Hi, my name is Scott, and I'm addicted to Alfas...... The TI has found a new home!

We worked on the car today, and are very excited about it. Here is a picture after the first round of cleaning.

I will be looking forward to help from you all in the upcoming restoration.

Scott
 

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Congratulations.
If you could post or send me the VIN and engine number, I keep a register of Giulia sedans. Thanks a lot.
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This was parked outside Yoshi's in Boulder for years, wasn't it?

I'm looking forward to seeing this back on the road. Good luck with the restoration Scott.

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Oooooh, a 105.14; does it still have column shift? My guess would be not, but that's how it would have been built. Yowza.
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Andrew, not all 105.14 are with column shift. Mine has a five on the floor but still the umbrella handbrake.
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Really; learn something new every day; I thought that was the key difference between a 105.14 and 105.08.
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Here is the VIN. It has a 2 liter engine in it now, but we will likely put a 1750 in it. We'll see.....

Scott
There seems to be a prejudice towards the 2 L and a regard for the 1750.

With a proper "build" for either, the 2 L has 250 cc of displacement providing more torque for no extra weight.

If one already has a fresh 1750 then OK, but if an engines to be built then for torque one could consider a strong 2 L.

Just my opinion, but over the past five years I've spent some time contemplating the difference.

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2000s are certainly much easier and cheaper to find than good 1750s, which are like hen's teeth. But I like the "drop-in" nature of the 1750 in a floor-pedal car. Bolt a 1600 flywheel to the 1750 crank, and you can bolt on the mechanical clutch and TO, no carriers, conversion, anything needed. It's a straight bolt-in job with the original trans, bellhousing, clutch. I've done a few, including my current 67 Super, and it's a great combo. Of course, if ultimate power and/or a cheap engine is a goal, a 2000 makes more sense.
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Good points.

An aluminum 1600 flywheel worked with the install of the 2 Ls into may cars.

Floor pedals with 101s.

But the fit is tight in a 101 Sprint and really tight in the Spider.

!05 engines space seems soooo roomy.

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There seems to be a prejudice towards the 2 L and a regard for the 1750.

With a proper "build" for either, the 2 L has 250 cc of displacement providing more torque for no extra weight.

If one already has a fresh 1750 then OK, but if an engines to be built then for torque one could consider a strong 2 L.

Just my opinion, but over the past five years I've spent some time contemplating the difference.

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What I've heard is that, all things being equal, the 1750 is "happier-feeling" and revvier than the 2L. I've had everything but a 1750, so maybe others can pick up this discussion!
 

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I like the torque of the 2000 myself, but a good 1750 can be really sweet, and no fidgeting needed to drop it in. I've been driving my Super with its current APE 1750 for almost 15 years, and have zero complaints. And I had a TI with a 1750 for 10 years before that.
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Not sure if this applies to your plans but... I've been told that if you want a "retro a/c set-up" that a 2L is favorable to a 1750.
 

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Sorry to be a bit slow here but congratulations on your buy.
 
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