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RJ is spot on - 1958 to 1960-ish 750 Normale, the earlier version had the in-hose thermostat and the later versions had a different casting plug

On the 105 version the heater off take and the temperature sender are just below the carb mounting bolts

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Dennis
Thank you for the reply and adding the pics.
I believe it is simply a matter of interpretation .. while the part number begins with 105, the application or use of the manifold is on Series 101 (Giulia) models.
 

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Dennis
Thank you for the reply and adding the pics.
I believe it is simply a matter of interpretation .. while the part number begins with 105, the application or use of the manifold is on Series 101 (Giulia) models.
George,

100% correct, I simply missed out on adding that in my previous post.

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If you use the later 105 (Giulia 101) version in a Giulietta with the shorter 1300 block, those two pipe fittings bang on the RHS chassis rail.........guess how I know this

It's not a problem with the taller 1600 block

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The 105 ones have the air cleaner bolt bosses too on the rear area.
Weren't some 750 PNs continued into the 101 era if there was no change needed or made?
Andrew
 
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