Alfa Giulia 1967 Step Nose Resto Mod Build

Alfa Giulia 1967 Step Nose Resto Mod Build

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Dexter67

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67 posts

13 months

Wednesday 28th February
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Any idea why all the pictures have gone on my build thread ? or am i the only one who cant see them ?

Dexter67

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67 posts

13 months

Thursday 29th February
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Getting closer and the pics seem to have come back.










This is the front wing modified to allow for the wheel clearance working with the AH suspension

Elderly

3,500 posts

239 months

Thursday 29th February
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Dexter67 said:




I see that you also have “Here’s one I made earlier”.

Edited by Elderly on Thursday 29th February 13:33

Dexter67

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67 posts

13 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Elderly said:
I see that you also have “Here’s one I made earlier”.

Edited by Elderly on Thursday 29th February 13:33
The guy JH who has done the shell resto work is an Alfa Restoration Specialist so there is always something interesting to see in his workshop

Dexter67

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67 posts

13 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Forgot to mention regarding the front wings, if you go for the AH suspension front geometry kit :-
"Increasing castor by being offset forwards and also corrects the front roll centre back above ground level, in so doing increasing the roll-on camber at the same time"
The Kit parts are excellent quality but they push the front wheel forward in the arch, AH offer a diagram showing how the leading edge of the arch needs to be modified, so if you are considering going for this kit your front wing will need modifying when its done you can't really tell but worth planning ahead with your build


Dexter67

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67 posts

13 months

Wednesday 27th March
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Have a good Easter - this helps with project motivation.......

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbJYkr0RjBU&t=...

Dexter67

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67 posts

13 months

Friday 3rd May
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While the bodywork progresses time for some engine work, as the 105 chassis needs the winged sum to allow the 2L twinspark to fit I managed to find a nice example and had it aquablasted looking so much better, no broken fins. Carrying out a bit of a trial fit

Just wondering if anyone’s been carrying out any works on their 105 or got something planned for this year ?