Painful (literally). I did it this week, with 30 years less patience and flexibility than the last time.
Take the drivers seat out at least (perhaps both), so you can lie on the floor and give yourself a shot at seeing and reaching the four attachment nuts. Drivers side access to those is toughest. There’s a funky little wing nut above the heater control levers’ case too, holding it in place.
8mm ratchet spanner would assist, plus a good light.
Reinstall the box as a unit. Don’t be tempted to put the lower half of the unit in separately. It’s even harder to put some of those four spring clips back in after the upper half is reinstalled in the car.
Rebuilding a m/c for a standing pedal 1967 Super. It has a single booster and single circuit brakes. When disassembling, my rag slipped and compressed air blew parts a few feet to the back of my workbench. Looking for the correct order of and orientation of the parts. Could not find a graphic...
Search is over, we bought a 1973 Giulia Super 1.3. The car has a newly swapped 1750 that was rebuilt about 500 km ago. Car is from the south (hopefully less rust). Was repainted recently, the repaint is good (not great).
The weather has been bad so no opportunities for decent pictures. I'll...
My new (to me) Giulia Super 1300 just arrived at the port of Long Beach today, from Europe (finally!). I have some concerns about titling and registering it in Kalifornia. From what I can tell, it seems the state now requires two identifiable VIN #'s. Specifically, form REG 31 says:
I have found a really nice example of a 1968 Giulia Super. How do I check that the engine is ”matchin numbers”? Another question is regarding the term Bollino d’oro. Sometimes cars are called that. How can you tell and what is the difference from a normal Giulia? Thanks in advance for your help
Anyone know anyone who can provide me a front and rear set of replica "Ti Super" bonnet and deck badges? Same for a complete bolt-in "Ti Super Dash / Gauge Cluster assembly complete? I want to replace my ribbon speedo and tach with something that looks a bit more proper. Many thanks, Bill Noon