Mine 65 Spider Veloce has, top to bottom;
OSRAM 7532 SINGLE FILAMENT
OSRAM 7241 DOUBLE FILAMENT
OSRAM 7532 SINGLE FILAMENT
I can't vouch for their correctness or suitability for your car, but that's what is in mine. I didn't know they made LED equivalents. If you find them, give me a holler.
Napa cross refernced them to the old standard 1156 and 1157 bulbs. I don't know what their LED equivalent would be, but keep in mind that turn signal flashers are thermally operated and depend on the draw of the incandescent bulbs to trigger their operation. LED's do NOT draw enough to make them operate. You cannot do a straight swap out to LED's without installing a special flasher unit. Also, LED's will never be as bright as an incandescent bulb. Better to be seen than to be cool!!
Point well taken for the flashers, but LEDs never as bright? My experience is limited to battery operated flashlights and bicycle lights and flashers, which are much brighter than any incandescent light I have ever had. What is the difference?
61 & 62 sprints
Terry's right. Some are, some are not. It depends a great deal on the reflector and lens. If both are made for LED bulbs, (some newer cars & trucks) they are bright. However a buld swap generally does not work as well. I tried it in my old 97 Chrysler T&C van center stop light. Then went back to incandecents.
1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce Restortion (registered as a 1966)
Hi All, Once again the fun begins to start an exciting restoration of a rare piece of Italian automotive history and to lean on the incredible knowledge of the Alfisti on this board to help along the journey.
I have recently...
I have an SS for which I have just received the build records from Alfa - and it list two identical chassis numbers for the car, one starting 101.17 and the other 101.20.
Why is this and were the 101.17 cars the ones that were destined for the USA?
Interested to learn more....
Massimo, a new guy in the Gauges Restoration Business, just sent me some pics of his jaw-dropping results :blink:
Giulietta Spider / Sprint Veloce:
Giulietta Spider / Sprint 'Normale':
BTW the quality of his work is appreciated especially in the meticulous work done on B-side:
Does anybody have a source, or product name for the fiberglass pad that was under the rubber mats that covered the front firewall as well as the spare tire area. I used dynamat in the areas you cant see, however I would like to use something that looks correct for the vertical area...
Did the 101 Giulia Spiders come from the factory with shift knobs engraved with the 5-speed shift pattern?
I have an old push-on one that I picked up from Andrew that is (or was at one time) engraved, but none offered currently by AHs, AS, CA, CI or OKP seem to be.