Ex Renault Italy. Chassis n° 16793 / 1971 Engine Renault Gordini 1600; made for race Gr 4 Big Gerabox Alpine 1600 Chassis "small" lightened with lightweight body Big brakes Old FIA Technical passport 1991, Fiche FIA and original car license plate FIA category: Group 3 /GTS - Period G2 Car completely original preserved since
This car was the first A110 1600 S imported, in 1971, in Italy; Italian first owner: Renault Italy. The Italian subsidiary of Renault announces import with a statement of 9 February 1971. Used by Renault for the road test and the dynamic test by the monthly magazine "Quattroruote"; who published in the issue of March 1971 an article which enhances the performance and sportsmanship at the expense of comfort and sound insulation of the passenger compartment. The famous navigator rally Cica Lurani put together the car for the magazine "Il Pilota"; also it was also the basis for the first model of these cars built in Italy. The car was later sold to be designed for racing. In the early 80s, it is no longer competitive in the speed events, was transformed into a car slalom which saw among its pilots Giovanni Bormida and Emilio Rizzi. Cited in the book "Alpine Renault A110, Les Blues Italiennes" written by Francesco Panzarotto. Last race slalom: Aosta 6/9/1998 (Italy)
This is car that can participate in the Le Mans Classic being a model that has made the 24 Hours of Le Mans at the time. Can participate in the Le Mans Classic.