1963 Chevrolet Corvair Testudo 3. Quite a few Miura touches 🙂
1963 Sunbeam Alpine – Harrington LeMans Coupe
1962 Jensen CV8
DM Bubbleyew emtree
Delta HF Integrale
Ford RS200, a most wonderful and fabulously successful purpose-built v-hickle from the notorious Group B.
Oh Baby Gimme Pleeze !
The official car of the executive branch and certain government agencies. Various other military vehicles and very nice airplane engines. Paid for Adi’s new estate afterwards and helped many live good lyvez. Fine volk.
The first Porsche.
When America was different and still had balls rather than the milquetoast sissies populating it now and yes it was a truth saying that and yes they really do float.
The ultimate iteration of a car I had. Way out of reach, naturally.
1964 Aguzzoli Condor
Hand made race car based on engine and chassis of the Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ, the body (very beautiful!) was designed by the sculptor Franco Reggiani.
The car lived only three years beacuse Alfa Romeo didn’t want to support it.
Sometimes he mistakes…
Aguzzoli built a completely new tubular chassis, with help of Carrozzeria Neri e Bonacini, (With a little help also by a young Giampaolo Dallara) and two car (SZ and TZ).
This car was important because it gave the input to the Alfa Romeo to return to competition race, but the Alfa Romeo at the end chose the Autodelta of Carlo Chiti and then the project of the Aguzzoli’s Condor died.
Car was created by Alfa Romeo and food(!) seller Sergio Aguzzoli from Parma. Engineer was Luigi Bertocco
The ‘Condor’ had been first equipped with a modified (118HP) 1300cc Giulietta mid-engine and later with a 1600 GT Giulia engine (174HP!). Origin named ‘Berlinetta Competizione’ and plastic-bodied it only weighs 520kg. Car runs up to 260km/h!
Unfortunately its race success was rather disappointing… Obviously more than one car existed, details of the front differ from the B+W pic. For example the caps of the frontlights are more pointed than of the car shown on the current pics.
Great gallery: http://www.automobilismo.it/edisport…0?OpenDocument
Maybe someone extracts more infos from the only Italian article!
More photos here but not info.
“Hey, Hey, We’re The Monkees!,” by Mr. George Barris.
The triple dubshot.
Mark 1s were simply fabulous fun! This one looks divine.
Concept. Me likey.
Muscular girl, this starlet!
The factory just completed and revealed this Miura SV, their very first restoration. I think they may have set new standards for that term.
$4.5 million, if I recall properly.