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    Default Re: Poly bushes supplier - Alfa Giulia Super 1.3 rolling (amateur) restoration

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnoK View Post
    Beautiful car!
    Is that the same Giorgio that used to have the place in town off Buitengracht Street with his brother Tony?
    Italsud, I think it was called.
    Thanks! Yes, one and the same, new shop is next level from the old Italsud though!


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    Default Re: Poly bushes supplier - Alfa Giulia Super 1.3 rolling (amateur) restoration

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainier Vermaak View Post
    Thats a 166 Ti standing behind your baby. One of my biggest regrets is not buying a demo at a ridiculous low price many years ago.
    Those are magnificent cars!


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    Default Re: Poly bushes supplier - Alfa Giulia Super 1.3 rolling (amateur) restoration

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveW155 View Post
    Thanks! Yes, one and the same, new shop is next level from the old Italsud though!
    Thanks, they used to do my carbs on my Alfetta back when I still had it.
    Lovely car, that was. I still miss driving it.
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    Default Re: Poly bushes supplier - Alfa Giulia Super 1.3 rolling (amateur) restoration

    If you're in Gauteng, join the Alfa Romeo Club South Africa FB page and ask the same questions. Mostly Gauteng guys there. One supplier of old OEM or substitute parts is Glenridge, run by Karl Fabricius. You can also try AK Classics run by Kevin Strapp. I don't know what his number is but I'm sure it is available on Google. Karl also has a WhatsApp group with lots of Alfa owners on.
    Last edited by El 4 Romeo; 2021/01/14 at 12:51 AM.

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    Default Re: Poly bushes supplier - Alfa Giulia Super 1.3 rolling (amateur) restoration

    Quote Originally Posted by kevin4x4 View Post
    Thanks a million for the info Stephen! I am trying my best - all the different models and possible parts (dual vs single brake MC etc), LHD vs RHD things make internet research extra interesting but getting there slowly (I got a second hand Autobook for the Giulia for Xmas which is helping alot)
    I will give him a shout, lol, I find the best (real) mechanic's are the grumpiest!

    Your Alfa looks superb!

    Here is mine before it got new rubber and the rims re-sprayed:

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    Great find!

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