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Here are a few I have serial numbers for. Don't have build dates sorry.

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299772 Built 17.10.67 (my car)
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299803 Canberra Car
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It is rather simple.

There is only the GT1300 Jr from 66 that has low arches. ALL other GT1300 stepnose or no stepnose have high arches.
Simple?

Here is my 1967 GT1300 Jr, body never welded, was a rustfree car from Italy, white original, now Giallo Ocra....low rear arches, 2 bolt cross member.

 

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Yeah, my junior from april ´67 also has the low arch.
I know of a guy from Malta on this site that has a ´67 junior made in the fall, and his car has the high arch. The wisdom I´ve found on the BB is that the change occured sometime mid ´67.

 

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GTA wheel arch 1965 Autodelta

Hallo ,
nice discussion on wheelarches! This are the arches of my GTA 1600 AD 1965 all.floor. Nearly all of the cars i knowed , used in competition are modified to fit the 7 inch Campas after homologation. Otherwise , they dont fit. This is one of 2 cars remaining in my collection of 6 Sprint GTA ( 5 lhd , 1 rhd) in all.
 

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Discussion Starter #49
UPDATE:

I emailed DK Engineering, and here's the response I received:

"Dear Andrew,

Thank you for your email, I sold the GTA a few years ago.

Sadly the file went with it and just can't remember the specifics of the arches,
Let me reach out to him and see if I can shed some light on this for you

Harvey
"

I'll update again when I hear back from Harvey.

Also, I stumbled across this 1966 Giulia Sprint GT racecar and it has some odd and fairly crude rounded rear arches.
 

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My Giulia Sprint Gt Veloce from 1967/05/02, low rear arches:

 
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