I took the enclosed low quality photos (sorry I only had a kid's camera) showing some sticker locations on my 1972 US spec 2000GTV. I had a very original 1974, the locations were the same but some of the stickers changed colors over the years. The ATE sticker could very well be different, this is a replacement booster.I have a bunch of the stickers that go into the engine area, but I have no idea of their location...does anyone have a diagram?
I know that half the fun is in the hunt (like an Easter egg hunt, pub crawl or singles bar), but couldn't the vendor supply some guidance on this? Perhaps 10 Euros more would get you the answer key . . . .I bought a 'decal set' for my 1970 1750GTV (carby 'Euro-spec') and got the ones illustrated below. There seem to be a lot of decals and I'll have a crack at where they go.
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Yours may be different and hopefully other list members will chip in where I've been unable to identify the places. But like I said, there seem to be a lot of decals. I was rather hoping that there'd be one that said 'Guidi come un uomo posseduto' (drive like a man possessed) that I could put on the windcreen, but no such luck.
Also I was told by somebody who knows that the Duco paint sticker is correct for Spiders but Verlacco is correct for GTVs. Pininfarina vs Bertone I guess?On a GTV the paint sticker is as shown at position 4, post 7 above. This applies to all years up to my 1975 which has the original sticker.
There is no hard rule - it depends on the color as much as the time period. I've owned a 1971 blu chiaro metallizzato 1750 GTV that was originally PPG, a 1973 beige cava 2000 GTV that was Sikkens or Glasurit, I remember seeing all these brands on the stickers. The original sticker on my rosso amaranto 1974 GTV says Vercolac.Also I was told by somebody who knows that the Duco paint sticker is correct for Spiders but Verlacco is correct for GTVs. Pininfarina vs Bertone I guess?