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Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider
The Guilietta (Series 101) range was launched in 1954 because the Berlina was not ready. Pininfarina was asked to design a convertible Giulietta and this was launched as the Spider at the 1956 Turin show. In 1962 the Series 105 Alfa Romeo Giulia took over from the Giulietta with an entirely new body, but the Sprint and Spider models remained in production, renamed 'Giulia' and given Giulia engines and mechanics.
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Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1600 - boot badge
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Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1600 - grille
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Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1600. In 1962 a new 1570cc dohc engine was given and all Giuliettas were christened 'Giulia'. The bonnet vent is not functional, but the extra hieght was needed for the taller 1570cc engine
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Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider, Body by Carozzeria Pininfarina.
Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1600 front
Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider 1600. Launched as the 'Guilietta' in 1954, the first version was Bertone's Coupe and later the standard Berlina. Pininfarina designed this Spider when Bertone's deaign was rejected. In 1959 the wheelbase of the Spider was lengthened by 2inches. In 1962 a new 1570cc engine was given and all Giuliettas were christened 'Giulia'.
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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider
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Carozzeria Pininfarina
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