The Guilia (Series 105) range was launched in 1962 and the Giorgetto Giugiaro designed Sprint GT followed in 1963. Spider models remained in production, renamed 'Giulia' and given Giulia engines and mechanics. The Giulia was given an alloy 1,570cc dohc engine, although 1,290cc versions were also offered for tax purposes in Italy. In 1966 the Giulia Spiders were replaced by the Duetto Spider.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super = grille badge. The Alfa Romeo badge consists of the Serpent (on the right) which is part of the Sforza family crest (powerful barons in Milan), or the Visconti family who slayed the serpent that threatened Milan in the middle ages. The red and White flag celebrates the italian who raised the crusade flag on the walls of Jericho.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super. The Super carried this little badge on the c-pillar. It is a Serpent and is part of the Sforza family crest of Milan, and also forms part of the Alfa Romeo badge.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super - badge. This is the serpent crest of the Sforza family on the c-pillar and is only given to the Super.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1.6. The scudetto (heart or shield-shaped grille) of the Type 105 Alfa Romeo Giulia.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti. The Giulia 1300 cars were only given twi nheadlamps.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super. Introduced in 1963 with 2 twin choke carburettors and four wheel disc brakes.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti. Alfa made 1290cc versions of the Giulia for tax purposes in Italy. The first Giulia 1300s were based on the older Type 101 Giulietta body until 1964. The 1300 Ti at least gave the car some power (82bhp) as the specification was similar to the GT 1300 Sprint.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti. The 1300 Ti was less austere and faster than the Giulia 1300
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1.6. In 1972 the Giulia range were revised into Series II form. A Giulia Super 1.3 and 1.6 were introduced.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1970. Introduced at the 1965 Geneva Salon the Giulia Super was a road-going version of the racing TI, with two double-choke Weber 40DCOE carburettors on the 1,570cc engine, and 4-wheel discs and a serpent crest of the Sforza family on the C-pillar
Alfa Romeo Giulia Super front
Alfa Romeo Giulia Super. A limited edition racing model, the Giulia Ti Super was introduced in 1963 with 2 twin choke carburettors and 110bhp, just 501 were made. The Giulia Super introduced in 1965 was a road version of this and had disc brakes on all four wheels.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super. In 1965 the Giulia Super was introduced, being a road-going version of the Ti Super which was a limited edition racing car. Production of the Giulia Super ended in 1972.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super. In 1965 the Giulia Super was introduced, taking many of the parts from the homologation special 'Ti Super' from 1963 and building them into a fast road car.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti. This tail view shows the smaller rear lights of the early Type 105 Giulia. Series Two Giulias had larger lamps.
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Super 1.6. The strange tail on the Type 105 Giulia actually contributed to the car having better aerodynamics than a Porsche 911.