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1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super Promiscua [105.26]

1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super Promiscua [105.26] in Mark il poliziotto spara per primo, Movie, 1975 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: IT

1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super Promiscua [105.26]

[*] Background vehicle

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ElSaxo IT

2014-08-25 12:09

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"Giulia Promiscua" wasn't correct?

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Alessandro58 CH

2014-08-25 15:22

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ElSaxo wrote "Giulia Promiscua" wasn't correct?


I think also "Promiscua" is correctand and its official name. Sometimes it is called also Giardinetta or Colli Alfa.
Wasn't the base for the wagon the Giulia Super 105.26?

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ElSaxo IT

2014-08-25 22:32

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http://www.targhenere.net/gallery/photogallery.php?photo_id=6841

"Promiscua" as official name at least for military use, and "Familiare" for the civilian one?

rpcm PT

2014-08-25 23:25

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Safe information on these vehicles doesn't abound, but about the coachbuilder, it seems that Colli, Giorgietti, Grazia, Introzzi and Marazzi converted them. Although the name Colli is the most usually referred, it seems that it converted the first ones and Giorgietti and Introzzi converted almost all the others with the larger number being Giorgietti work. It also seems that internally only the Colli-converted ones were called Giardinetta and those from other coachbuilders retained their designation of saloon. Nevertheless, Promiscua is also commonly used.
About this particular one, the visible chrome trim and the shape of the door handles seem to show that it was based on a 1969+ Super. Judging by the vents on the rear side panel and from what is visible of its rear window, I would say it was most probably converted by Giorgietti. But as I wrote above, it's not esay to be sure about these converted Giulias, specially those with this closed side rear panel.

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