Alfa Romeo 1900 Super Sprint Superleggera

Alfa Romeo 1900 Super Sprint Superleggera

„The family car that wins races“, designed by Orazio Satta for the Alfa Romeo company in 1950, the Alfa Romeo 1900 sports sedan was introduced for the first time in 1950 at the Paris Motor Show. The 1900 had a number of innovative features including unit chassis, and dual overhead cam inline-4 with hemispherical combustion chambers and aluminum alloy cylinder head. This is not surprising given that 1900 was Alfa Romeo’s first all new postwar model. The 1900 was offered in two-door or four-door models, with a new 1,884 cc (bore 82.55 mm (3.3 in), stroke 88 mm (3.5 in)), 90 bhp…

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Renault 8 Gordini

Renault 8 Gordini

Introduced at the Paris Motor Show in October 1964, Renault 8 Gordini is a sports version of Renualt 8, with a 1.1 liter engine developing 85 horsepower, and with quite impressive performance of 170 km/h top speed and 33 seconds to reach 1,000 meters from standstill. With successful sale of the 1100 version, production of which totalled 2,626 units, Renault followed through with a 1300 version in 1966 which packed some serious upgrades, such as 1255 cc engine developing 110 bhp SAE (88 bhp DIN) at 6750 rpm, a five-speed gearbox,…

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Lancia Delta HF Integrale

Lancia Delta HF Integrale

Lancia Delta HF Integrale belongs to a long-produced Lancia Delta family of cars, and it belongs to a first generation of Lancia Delta automobiles, being produces from 1983 to 1994. Produced in over 44.000 units, and since the Integrale was motivated by motor sport, it was engineered more as a race car. It dominated Rally Championships during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Lancia Delta HF (High Fidelity) was a front-wheel drive, powered by a turbocharged version of the 1.6 litre engine. The system…

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MG TF 1500

MG TF 1500

Originally launched at the 1953 Motor Show, the TF was introduced at a time when other manufacturers were producing very sleek and streamlined models, which later earned this model a title ‘the last of the square riggers’. As popular now among enthusiasts of traditional British sports cars as it was in its heyday, the TF was mechanically little different from the outgoing TD II, retaining its predecessor’s body centre section while featuring a changed front end with shortened, sloping, radiator grille and headlamps faired into the wings, plus an improved interior with separately adjustable seats. The TD’s…

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Mini ALL4 Racing

Mini ALL4 Racing

Mini ALL4 Racing are the winner of the Dakar Rally 2014. A Mini ALL4 Racing driven by Joan “Nani” Roma, has won the car category in the 2014 Dakar Rally. The inspiration for this Super-Mini was the Mini Cooper Countryman with a drastic update in order to be competitive for the Dakar Rally. Only a small number of parts came from the production model and most of the construction was handmade in France and Germany. The final assembly of Mini ALL4 Racing is done in X-Raid GmbH shop near Frankfurt….

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