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Thread: Alfa Romeo Giulia (Tipo 105/115) 19621978

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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    Alfa brought a 1300GTA to the Geneva Motorshow a couple years ago. Here are two more shots of that car. And I am glad it was a white car, because under these light conditions it looks so much better than the usual red.
    (Edit, argh, you were not referring to this one....hope you still like it.)
    That mirror must have provided better shots, but I suppose you are keeping them for you only...
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    Alfa brought a 1300GTA to the Geneva Motorshow a couple years ago. Here are two more shots of that car. And I am glad it was a white car, because under these light conditions it looks so much better than the usual red.
    (Edit, argh, you were not referring to this one....hope you still like it.)
    I do - it is my all-time favourite car after all I prefer the 'slimmer', more production-like body, though - wide fenders make it look a bit fat and wheels seem a bit smaller than I would like them to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis View Post
    That mirror must have provided better shots, but I suppose you are keeping them for you only...
    well, I recently posted them under another name, but it got removed as pornographic spam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    well, I recently posted them under another name, but it got removed as pornographic spam.
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    1964 Alfa Romeo Guilia SS
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    Post 6 picture #4,
    Isn't that a Alfa Romeo Giulietta instead of a Giulia ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duell View Post
    Post 6 picture #4,
    Isn't that a Alfa Romeo Giulietta instead of a Giulia ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    1.6-litre engined variant were called Giulias. 1.3-litre engined cars were called Giuliettas.
    Also type in italian is spelt with one p only, "tipo".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Duell View Post
    Post 6 picture #4,
    Isn't that a Alfa Romeo Giulietta instead of a Giulia ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    1.6-litre engined variant were called Giulias. 1.3-litre engined cars were called Giuliettas.
    Only Italians can make such a mess of things.
    Because the predecessor and successor of this Giulia tipo 105/115 are both called Giuletta. I'm lost.
    But if you guys think this thread is fine now. I'll leave it so.

    On the other hand I also see some TZ(1) pictures, and the TZ2 already has its own thread. So the original TZ(1) should too.

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    The sucessor (Series 116) is completely different thing, based on the Alfetta floorpan and produced between 1977 and 1985.

    The thing is this thread also contains the earlier original Giulietta/Giulia models (Series 105/Series 750) produced from 1954 to 1965.

    I know, only italians can make something that should be straightforward, so complicated...
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