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I'm after a couple of front brake discs to fit a 1963 101 Series Giulia Spider, and any rear shoes if available.

If you have any spare and fancy selling them, please drop me a line. I live in Brighton, UK and happy to pay courier costs.

Thanks

Devs
 

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No such like I'm afraid. Back to Alfastop then!

Thanks for the pointer anyway!
 

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These are available NEW in the US. Superior to the quality of OEM. Can be cut (surfaced) three times like OEM. The only downside is cost, about $325-350 each. Same source I use for Ferrari Discs. Made of spun cast iron. PM me if you need more details.
 

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Guys,

I've been looking into this as well. Cannot stomach paying £300 for some very basic discs. There must have been other cars of this time using the same discs. Does anyone have the correct dimensions so I can ask around? I could of course measure them myself but that would mean removing them so easier if someone already has the right figs..
 

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Volvo. Look into the Volvo front discs. Almost the same as Giulia in 64 and 65. Unfortunately, I cannot remember what YEAR Volvo.
 

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Anything to report regarding the hunt for Giulia Spider rotors?

Ray
 

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You can have new ones cast spun by some outfit "up-North" somewhere. They made a few for me for 275 Ferrari's using a NOS set I had. I'll figure out who they are eventually...
 

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Volvo. Look into the Volvo front discs. Almost the same as Giulia in 64 and 65. Unfortunately, I cannot remember what YEAR Volvo.
Must have been either Volvo Amazon '69-'70, first years with front disc brakes and last of production or 140 series starting I think 1968.
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