Very rare exemplar with engine 1800 Gordini
Car census in the book dedicated to the Alpine Renault A110.
Throughout its history, the A110 has adopted a number of engines, all from the Renault production series, to arrive 1.8-liter engine, but not mounted on standard cars.
Vehicle imported to Italy in 1975 by Giada Motors, Gr.4 qualification
Official Gordini "doubble shaft" engine, injection, 1800 cubic capacity.
Power 170 CV
Since 1981 he belongs to the same owner, who has been competing in numerous races in Italy, above all climbing speeds.
Until its import into Italy, this Alpine has run numerous races.
In May 1976, he racing the Targa Florio with Ferruccio Caliceti and Amilcare Ballestrieri, in the class Gr.5
It should have run the 6 Hours of the May 1976, a valid race for the championship world's brands.
He ran several races with the strong pilot Leonardo Durst, known as "Tarta", who won the 1981 Italian Championship with Team Audisio & Benvenuto.
The car has:
- Technical and sporting data issued by CSAI (Italian sports car committee)
- Certificate of Origin of 1975, and a copy of the original document issued by Giada Motors that imported the car in Italy in 1975.
SPARE PARTS SUPPLIED:
1 head 16 valve, original Gordini
4 new pistons
Two exhaust terminals
Engine 1600 S disassembled
8 wheels "Gotti"
And other spare parts
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