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Tell us something about yourself and this new to you 164 What model did you get 164B, 164L or 164S USA spec or Euro spec?
 

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What model is that again please and what year?
 

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2015 Chevy (Holden) SS, 1989 Milano (Shankle Sport), 1991 164S
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1991? it’s the 24w (sic) v6?

As Steve questions, I also don't think so. 91 would be the 12V.
 

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So what 1991 164 12V model do you have 17-digit VIN and motor number? Motor number located on rear of engine on flat area prolly covered with grease/dirt area underneath distributor cap area. Look for number like AR06412*xxxxxxx or possibly AR64301**xxxxxx. * the x's will be serial number of your motor.
 

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Take it easy on the performance parts, a waste of precious $'s, and Alfa Romeo knew what they were doing. Join your local club and do some track days; what you learn will make your car considerably faster than most performance parts AND the car will still be nice to drive when off the race track

Pete
 

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... i just want to restore the car and make it look new !
Well at least it has a 5 speed! Not that the automatic is a detriment or anything, they are actually pretty cool, the way they downshift and everything. With only 58,000 miles, it should pretty much look like new already. Can you post a few pictures of it, maybe with dad's Giulia? Welcome and congratulations!

Mark
 

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Sean keep posting and get your 10 posts in so you can post pictures as we love pictures.
 

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my dad has a 2017 giulia and i love alfa’s so i decided to get a 164.... it’s the 24w v6.. USA spec. i just want to restore the car and make it look new !
Very nice. I had a 164S and now a new giulia 2017. Both fantastic cars. I can help you restore it. Let me know?
 

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Take it easy on the performance parts, a waste of precious $'s, and Alfa Romeo knew what they were doing. Join your local club and do some track days; what you learn will make your car considerably faster than most performance parts AND the car will still be nice to drive when off the race track

Pete
Not much left anyway. Some, like squadra chip, springs, but not a ton. Get the car straight first.
 
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