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Alfa Giulia (105/115 series) parts feed

Giulia

Alfa Romeo was one of the first manufacturers to put a powerful engine in a lightweight, mainstream production car. The Giulia weighs approximately 1.000 kg. The Giulia is fitted with a  aluminum DOHC four cylinder engine, 1.290 cc and 1570 cc . By adjustments, in particular regarding the carburettors, the maximum power increased during the years of productiion, to 80 and 100 hp. Nearly all Giulia's have a 5 speed gearbox and 4 disc brakes.

 Version Manufactured
 Giulia 1600 TI
 1962 - 1967
 Giulia 1600 TI Super
 1963 - 1964
 Giulia 1300
 1964 - 1971
 Giulia Super
 1965 - 1972
 Giulia 1300 TI 1966 - 1972
 Giulia 1300 Super 1970 - 1972
 Giulia 1600 S 1968 - 1970
 Giulia Super 1.3 1972 - 1974
 Giulia Super 1.6 1972 - 1974
 Giulia Nuova Super 1.3  1974 - 1977
 Giulia Nuova Super 1.6 1974 - 1977
 Giulia Nuova Super Diesel 1976 - 1977

 

 

 

 

 

 

Giulia Sprint GT / 1750 GTV / 2000 GTV / 1300 GTJ / 1600 GTJ

The 105/115 series coupé, aka 'Bertone' were produced from 1963 to 1977. The car was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, who then was an employee at Bertone Stile. In 1968 the front of the car was restyled and renamed to 1750 GTV and 2000 GTV aswell as the 1300/1600 GTJ. The GTJ's also came in a very limited series with the special Zagato body.

Production numbers:

 Version Construction Number
 Sprint GT
 1963 - 1966
 21.542
 Sprint GTC
 1964 - 1966
 1.000
 Sprint GTV
 1965 - 1968
 14.240
 1750 GTV
 1968 - 1973
 44.269
 2000 GTV
 1971 - 1976
 37.429
 GTJ 1300
 1965 - 1977
 91.195
 GTJ 1600
 1972 - 1976
 14.299

 

Spider

Based on the Giulia 105 series, the Spider was introduced in 1966. The car was designed by Pininfarina. In 1967 the original 1570 cc engine was replaced by the 1779 cc version, named 1750. In 1970 the back of the car was redesigned; the round tail (coda lunga) became a sharply cut ‘Kamm-tail’ (coda tronca).

The next overhaul of the Spider took place in 1983; spoilers and plastic were introduced. In 1990  the Spider got it's last restyling, after which production came to an end in 1993.

 Duetto 1966 - 1967 
 1750 Veloce
 1967 - 1969
 
 1300 Junior
 1968 - 1969
 
 1750 Veloce
 1970 - 1973
 
 1300 Junior
 1970 - 1973
 
 2000 Veloce
 1971 - 1979
 
 1600 Junior
 1972 - 1981
 
 2000 1983 - 1989
 
 1600 1983 - 1989
 
 2000 QV
 1985 - 1989 
 Type IV
 1990 - 1993 
   
   

 

 

 

 

 

Montreal

The Alfa Romeo Montreal was introduced as a concept-car during the World Expo in Montreal in 1967. In 1970 the model went into production. The car has a 2.593 cc V8 engine, based on the Tipo 33 Stradale engine.  The car was designed by Marcello Gandini at the Bertone Studio. Bertone also assembled the Montreal in their own production plant. In 1977 the production ceased. In total 3.917 Montreals were produced.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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