I have a 1965 Giulia Spider Normale that won't start. I drove it home from an event fine and then it would not start again. Turn the key and nothing. Before I start ripping into it, does anyone have some suggestions to shorten my search?
If your engine was up to temp when you went to restart it, the starter housing has picked up engine heat and is not strong enough to overcome the additional friction within the unit. If you let it cool off for a few hours, it should start on the first try. The solution is to have the starter rebuilt or changed out. Rick
I have gathered some data on badges and scripts.
Still need to know a few things,
When did the Sprint change from gold to chrome
When did the Sprint luggage lid badge switch from Cloisonné to plastic
When did the Alfa grill badge switch from Cloisonné to plastic ……. was it the same for Sprint...
A friend of mine that bought a 750 D in 1958 for his 18th birthday, when the car was only 2 years old, showed me parts that were on that car when he bought it.
He told me that he had to remove them because they were worn-out.
Now, 60 years later, he still drives the car occasionally...
I'm looking for one part like the one pointed below, they are working with streak syncro, they are not the same as 105.
Alfa Romeo 101 00 13 227 02
Is somebody as one for sale for a delivery in Belgium ?
my name is Philipp and i`m putting together a '63 Giulia Spider. It is not clear to me how my soft top frame is supposed to be attached to the body. According to the discussion "Need photos of '59-'61 spider soft top frame" I think this is a '59-'61 frame.
Thanks for your help!
During the past 25 years I bought this parts on Italian jumbles.
They are recognizable but all are a little different from the parts we would normally find on the Sprints.
Could there be a connection with the 2600 somewhere?
The trunk lid (enamel) cloisonné is golden and not...