I assume these are the replies you have received back from the seller. He's right, the oil pressure gauge on a Giulia is mechanical, not electrical, and there is a hose & rigid pipe running from the side of the engine, through the firewall, to the gauge. But what we are saying is that this hose & pipe just isn't visible in this picture:[3:04 AM, 5/2/2021] +48 734 425 000: 3. Oil pressure hose is connected to engine block is pressure instrument not electrical senders in 101
Vintagemilano is absolutely right - it is a fairly nice Giulia and no doubt will be enjoyable to drive. But that's not the question; the question is whether it's a $105,000 car. I'd want someone other than the seller, who has inspected it firsthand, to advise me on that.Vintagemilano said:It generally looks fairly nice. You should just buy it and start enjoying the driving experience.
Well, yea. That and the price.PSk said:Looks way better than just a driver to me. The only issue appears to be if the engine is of the correct type
send me an email for offline comments on spider search. [email protected]Been shopping for a Giulia Spider 1600 for a while. Came across this one.
Any thoughts or advice?