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17 Comments on "He Built This Alfa Romeo Giulia, It Built His Career"
1969 1.3TI, “pedaliera bassa”.
Here is mine. 1969 Giulia 1.3TI, all original.
Awesome vid with a fantastic story to match. Brought tears to my eyes there at the end. There are a feew TI’s floating around here in San Francico. One even appears toedaily driven (a blue one). Pehaps Dorian knows the owner? I imagine the comunity’s got to be very tight.
I’m currently in school studying Mechanical Engineering with the intent of one day working in the auto industry. A dream job of mine is working as a Formula 1 team engineer. I also recently applied for an internship at JPL. Needless to say, I admire you and your car, Dorian. I hope that a car of mine can be featured in a Petrolicious video in 12 years!
Beautiful ….love it
Hello, can someone direct me to where to source those short velocity stacks? I’d like a set for my weber 45s
That is one really nice and clean car;). Between are you guys using new camera equipment? The video quality seems much better than before.
I’m not really an alfa kind of guy but seeing your car definitely made me one,
When you’re done with the interior you can make another video, i’m sure i’m not the only one who likes to see that. :d
My old 1966 Fiat 1500 was only 81 HP WHEN NEW, and it was a hoot to drive. I miss it more than my first dog… Back when fiat made awesome stuff…
I was fortunate to spend some time with a 1300 Super a few months back, and was instantly smitten. I can completely see what Dorian means by not being a fast car…it just feels fast with its diminutive size and that rev happy 4 completed with [i]that[/i] exhaust note. I can’t go back once having had the experience, nor would I want to.
Great video as always. Is the 911 in the background Rob Dickinson’s own 911 which served as a development car for a lot of The ideas that went into the Singers? If so reckon that car is a definite candidate for a Petrolicious video!
Fantastic sound, and the colour makes the car look very robust. Great ride!
Awesome Dorian! I knew one day I would see you and your Giulia in one of Petrolicious’ super cool productions. Congrats! Your Giulia looks and sounds fantastic.
Anyone that owns , builds and drives a thoroughly resto modded Alfa Romeo as well as designs the BEST resto mod 911’s on planet earth [ Porsche by Singer ] is A- OK and then some in my book ! Can’t wait to see the Giulia when its finished
As to the 964 ? An escapee from Magnus Walker’s garage perhaps ?
Resto mods ! The only way to drive [ a classic that is ]
I want to see more on the 964. That looks pretty cool.
Real clean work, Dorian.
Looks like a lot of fun.
Thanks for sharing.
Dorian makes the statement “I wouldn’t call it a fast car but definitely fast enough to have a lot of fun in”. I thought about that statement and felt that he had hit the classic car hobby right on top of the head. So very many of the cars on Petrolicious are like that. Who wouldn’t want Dorian’s car?
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