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Hi all. I was wondering if there was a list of model # designations (ie: 105 is a Guilia, etc.) somewhere in here.

The reason I ask is that I have a bunch of NOS parts and I want get rid of the parts that do not pertain to my cars (Guilia spiders). I'm familar with some of the older designations but don't know the newer ones.

For example, I have this washer bottle that is a 116 part #. From what I can figure out it either fits a 70s Guilletta or a GTV.

Any help on how to identify the part would help me and help get this stuff into the hands of those who need it for their cars.
 

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IAP has a list in their catalog; I would have thought it would be on their website, too, but I'm not finding it. If I wasn't at work I could keep looking . . .
 

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Fusi's production numbers up to 1972 (when the book was first published) are listed in this thread (model numbers are in the column "Serie").

Be aware that the first 3 digits of the part usually only indicate on what model are part was introduced but not all models the part was used for (and doesn't tell you whether it was used for Sprint, Spider or Berlina and/or was exclusive for any specific model).

I think the best approach is the one you already took: Post a picture of the part(s) and the parts number(s) and usually one or more AlfaBB members step up and help you identify the part(s).

I'm not a 116 owner, so I can't help with this specific part.
 

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Ahhh ... I've been there, done that, and have the scars to prove it. The short answer is that, even for 105xx part numbers, there is no guarantee that parts will fit across the Giulia range: some might be specific to late Supers or early Berlinas, for example. The situation becomes even more murky when you enter the realms of the 116 range, which spans well over a decade. Once you get FIAT numbers added to the mix, all bets are off as the numbers are not clearly type/model-specific.

If you do have a vast amount of parts, as I do, the best option is to start investing in factory parts catalogues and microfiche scans, as it's the only way to reach a definitive answer. After that, it just takes legwork and plenty of cross-referencing. That said, a lot of parts will speak for themselves and it might just be sufficient to post a photo, include the part number, and let the collective brain trust take over. If the parts are good, you'll find buyers.

Now, what about those 105 spares? :p
 

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Ahhh ... I've been there, done that, and have the scars to prove it. The short answer is that, even for 105xx part numbers, there is no guarantee that parts will fit across the Giulia range: some might be specific to late Supers or early Berlinas, for example. The situation becomes even more murky when you enter the realms of the 116 range, which spans well over a decade. Once you get FIAT numbers added to the mix, all bets are off as the numbers are not clearly type/model-specific.

If you do have a vast amount of parts, as I do, the best option is to start investing in factory parts catalogues and microfiche scans, as it's the only way to reach a definitive answer. After that, it just takes legwork and plenty of cross-referencing. That said, a lot of parts will speak for themselves and it might just be sufficient to post a photo, include the part number, and let the collective brain trust take over. If the parts are good, you'll find buyers.

Now, what about those 105 spares? :p
Yea, Alfa parts are much easier than Fiat parts. Fiat assigned part #s in the order they were requested and then gave them really descriptive names like "bracket" or "cover". I've got a whole set of Fiat microfiche but I'm not sure the amount of Alfa stuff mixed in there is worth it.

I have run across some 105 stuff and once I determine it doesn't fit my spiders I'll get it out to the masses. I remember seeing a small vent with a lever to open and close it.

Is there any interest in NOS factory mufflers? I have a bunch of the original DESCAM mufflers in this stuff.
 

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Hi all. I was wondering if there was a list of model # designations (ie: 105 is a Guilia, etc.) somewhere in here.

The reason I ask is that I have a bunch of NOS parts and I want get rid of the parts that do not pertain to my cars (Guilia spiders). I'm familar with some of the older designations but don't know the newer ones.

For example, I have this washer bottle that is a 116 part #. From what I can figure out it either fits a 70s Guilletta or a GTV.

Any help on how to identify the part would help me and help get this stuff into the hands of those who need it for their cars.

Dear members,

I downloaded this list from the swedish website Wille R. Duetto. Had a look at the site today but I couldn't find the list anymore. That's why I post it here with the name of the source! Otherwise, I would have posted the link.

Ciao, Olaf


Type # Engine # Model

Giulia 105-series
105.02 00502 Giulia Sprint GT
105.03 00536 1600 Spider Duetto
105.06 00506 Giulia 1300
105.08 00514 Giulia TI
105.011 00511 Giulia TZ1
105.011 00502/a Giulia TZ2
105.12 00512 2000 Berlina 71-75
105.12 00515 2000 Berlina 75-76
105.14 00514 Giulia TI comando cambo sol volante
105.16 00516 Giulia TI Super
105.21 00512 2000 GTV 71-75
105.21 00515 2000 GTV 75-76
105.24 00512 2000 Spider Veloce 71-75
105.25 00502 Giulia GTC
105.26 00526 Giulia Super 65-69
105.26 00526s Giulia Super 69-72
105.26 00526 Giulia Super 72-74
105.26s 00526as Giulia Nuova Super 1600 74-76
105.30 00530 Giulia 1300 GT Jr
105.30s 00530s 1300 GT Jr
105.32 00502/a Giulia Sprint GTA
105.36 00536 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce
105.38 00515 2000 Spider Veloce 75-86
105.39 00539 Giulia 1300 TI
105.44 00548 1750 GTV
105.48 00548 1750 Berlina
105.51 00551 1750 GTV USA/1750 GTAm
105.54 00512 2000 Berlina Automatic 71-75
105.54 00515 2000 Berlina Automatic 75-76
105.57 00548 1750 Spider Veloce
105.59 00559 1300 GTA Jr
105.62 00551 1750 Spider Veloce USA Spica
105.64 00564 Montreal
105.71 00 1750 Berlina USA
105.73 00548 1750 Berlina Automatic
105.85 00585 Giulia 1600 S
105.91 00530 1300 Spider Jr 68-74
105.91s 00530S 1300 Spider Jr 74-76
105.93 00530 1300 Jr Z

750 Series Giulietta
750 B 1315 Giulietta Sprint 54
750 C 1315 Giulietta Berlina
750 C 1315 Giulietta Promiscua (Est. car)
750 D 1315 Giulietta Spider 55-59
750 E 1315 Giulietta Sprint Veloce 56-60
750 F 1315 Giulietta Sprint Veloce 56-60
750 F 00106 Giulietta Spider Veloce May-Aug 60
753 1315 Giulietta TI 57-59

101 Series Giulietta & Giulia
101.00 1315 Giulietta Berlina 59-60
101.00 00100 Giulietta Berlina 60-61
101.02 1315 Giulietta Sprint 59-60
101.02 00102 Giulietta Sprint 60-July 62
101.02 00102 Giulietta 1300 Sprint October 63-65
101.03 1315 Giulietta Spider 59-60
101.03 00102 Giulietta Spider 60-62
101.06 00106 Giulietta Sprint Veloce 60-62
101.07 00106 Giulietta Spider Veloce
101.11 1315 Giulietta TI 59-60
101.11 00111 Giulietta TI 60-61
101.12 00112 Giulia Sprint 1600
101.18 0121 Giulia Spider Veloce 1600
101.20 00120 Giulietta Sprint Speciale
101.21 00121 Giulia Sprint Speciale 1600
101.22 1315 Giulietta Promiscua Est. car
101.23 00122 Grand Sport Quattroroute Zagato
101.23 00122 Giulia Spider 1600
101.24 Giulietta Sprint Veloce USA
101.25 Giulietta Spider Veloce USA
101.26 00120 Giulietta SZ
101.28 00128 Giulietta Berlina 61-63
101.29 00129 Giulietta TI 61-65

102 Series 2000
102.00 00200 2000 Berlina
102.04 00204 2000 Spider
102.05 00205 2000 Sprint
102.06 2000 Berlina USA
102.07 2000 Spider USA

116 Series Alfetta
116.00 01600 Alfetta 1,6
116.04 01600 Alfetta GT 1,6
116.08 01608 Alfetta 1,8 73-75
116.10 01608 Alfetta 1,8 74-75
116.36 01623 Alfetta GTV 2000
116.36A 01655 Alfetta GTV 2000 L 79-80
116.36B 01655 Alfetta GTV 2000 L 80-82
116.36C 01655 GTV 2,0 82-86
116.38 01655 Giulietta 2,0
116.42 01608 Alfetta 1,8 75-76
116.46 01646 GTV 6 2,5 80-83 116 C
116.46 01646 GTV 6 2,5 Serie 3 83-86 116 CA
116.50 01600 Giulietta 1,6 77-81
116.50B 01600 Giulietta 1,6 81-85
116.54 01608 Alfetta GT 1,8 75-76
116.55 01623 Alfetta 2000
116.55C 01655 Alfetta 2000 L
116.55F 01655 Alfetta 2,0 81-85
116.55M 01655 Alfetta 2,0 QO 82-83
116.55N 01713 Alfetta 2,0 QO Motronic 83-85
116.78 01608 Giulietta 1,8 79-81
116.AA 01678 Giulietta 1,8 81-85
116.97 01655 Giulietta 2,0 80-81
116.A1A 01655 Giulieta 2,0 81-85

115 series USA
115.00 2000 Berlina USA
115.01 2000 GTV USA
115.02 2000 Spider Veloce USA
115.03 00536 1600 GT Jr 72-74
115.09 00530 Giulia 1300 Super
115.09S 00530S Giulia 1300 Nuova Super
115.24 00536 1600 Jr Zagato
115.33 00533 Tipo 33 Stradale
115.34 00526/AS1600 GT Jr 74-76
115.34 00526/ASSpider 1600 78-83
115.35 00526/ASSpider 1,6 78-83
115.38 0515 Spider 2,0 QV 86-89
115.62 00526/ASSpider 1,6 86-89
115.66 00515 Spider 2,0 86-89
115.A1 01590 Spider 2,0 89 -90
115.A1A 01588 Spider 2,0i Kat 91-93
115.A2 01563 Spider 1,6 89-93

106 Series 2600
106.00 00600 2600 Berlina
106.01 00601 2600 Spider
106.02 00601 2600 Sprint
106.12 00612 2600 SZ
106.16 00601 2600 De Luxe (OSI)
 

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I've been working on a spreadsheet for a number of years that, although not complete, has over 600 listings from the 750 series thru the 920 series. PM me if you'd like a copy.
 

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Thanks a bunch everybody! This helps alot. According to the list that bottle goes to 116.08 01608 Alfetta 1,8 73-75

That figures, I can't recall the last time I saw one of these. Oh well, I hope someone out there needs one.
 

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Thanks a bunch everybody! This helps alot. According to the list that bottle goes to 116.08 01608 Alfetta 1,8 73-75

That figures, I can't recall the last time I saw one of these. Oh well, I hope someone out there needs one.
This is not necessarily true.

In my experience, the second number of 2 digits point only to a car model for body and trim pieces that is specific for a model. For mechanical parts, the the second number of 2 digits points to a functional group or subgroup category, as shown below -- but this is not exactly true, either (the list below pertains to service bulletins, not the actual parts number groups -- engine block parts usually have a "00" as the second group, not a "01" as shown below, etc). I haven't seen a reliable list that breaks down this group thing (although I suspect papajam has been working on it).

Anyway, my point is: Do not rely on the second group of 2 digits in the parts number to say anything meaningful about a car model and/or product group. You can only be certain about what the part is and where it belongs to by looking up the number in a parts catalog.
 

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Anyway, my point is: Do not rely on the second group of 2 digits in the parts number to say anything meaningful about a car model and/or product group. You can only be certain about what the part is and where it belongs to by looking up the number in a parts catalog.
Second that. The intake cams on a Montreal is number 105.55.03, which only identifies it as valve timing gear for a 105-series car. There is, as far as I know, no Alfa type 105.55 (corrections welcome). In addition, Alfa used a completely different numbering system on generic parts (screws, washers, pins etc.): 2XXX.yyyyy. These will also show up on NOS parts in bags.

One very useful DIASS publication is the Catalogo Rapido Ricambi (Short Spare Parts Catalog), which has cross references for all parts on most 105-series models. It was priceless during my Montreal suspension rebuild when I had to find out what parts was shared with other 105-series cars.

The index of tables in Catalogo Rapido has the same number groups as the DIASS bulletin tubut posted.
 

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I came across this list while looking for one myself. Like all things Italian, and I'm one, it is complicated to say the least. Try this link;

Alfa Romeo Model Designations - 1974 - 2008

I am trying to find out if Centerline's suspension kit #BJ125 is for my 84 Spider, it says it fit all 105's and 115's. Anyone know, before I call them on Monday?
 

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Here's one that's been baffling me since I posted this. This vent duct damper is part # 10595 57 115 00 01 but there is no "95" in the various lists. I guess that is supposed to be "57" and it's a 1750 Spider Veloce right?

I can tell by the way the lines are on the stalk that it's late 60s to late 70s.
 

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A lot of 105-series interior parts are numbered 105.95 for some reason, and you're right about this particular one (but perhaps for the wrong reasons); the 105.95.57.115.00/01 fits only the 1750 and 2000 GTV.

It looks like 105.95 is a number range for later, more standardized interior parts, but it's difficult to tell just by browsing parts catalogues.
 
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