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I think this is a Milano/GTV6 speedometer cable, perhaps fits Alfetta also. Not certain. Good used, insert turns freely, outer shell has slight kink at speedo end that doesn't inhibit spinning. 116" long, has threaded collar at speedo end and "clip in" or "push in" collar at trans end that appears to take a small retainer bolt.
Clearly I'm not certain what it is; got it in a lot of parts last year. $15/BO plus shipping?
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As far as I know, the Milano and gtv6 had electrical speedo, so the cable should be for alfetta or spider...
 

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Thanks. It's way too long to be a Spider. Maybe it's not Alfa at all.
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Yes, Milano is electric harness from trans to speedo. Length and trans connection looks correct for Alfetta but speedo end is not correct for late model GTs. My 1979 Alfetta GT speedo requires a plastic push on connector, not sure about earlier Alfettas or sedans.
 

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My 1981 Alfetta speedo end is plastic push-on as for Jim's 79 Alfetta GT. Just another data point - so probably to suit pre 78 models (when various things changed)? Anyone with one able to confirm?
 

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Thanks all for your input. Maybe it'll go to the Early Alfetta Museum, if there is one.
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