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Old 05-22-2009, 01:58 PM   #1
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What to do when you have a Jeep project on your driveway and a house to rebuild and not enough time or money.






















You buy a sports car.
This is what I got, but mine is of cause more of a project. The motor and gearbox is not in the car.


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Old 05-22-2009, 09:17 PM   #2
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That thing looks BADASS!!!!! Give us some specs!
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Old 05-23-2009, 01:49 AM   #3
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# 2+2 seat fixed-head coupé with integral construction steel body by Bertone.
# Engine type 00564. 90 deg V8 with fully counter-weighted cross-plane crankshaft. Bore and stroke 80 x 64.5 mm. Total displacement 2593 cc. Compression ratio 9.0:1.
# Light alloy block and heads. Wet liners.
# 4 chain-driven 5-bearing overhead camshafts operating valves direct.
# Indirect mechanical fuel injection by Spica AIBB.8C.S75.T250/1 fed by twin Bosch electric pumps.
# Fuel capacity 63 l (reserve 8 l).
# Dry sump lubrication. Min pressure 3.5 kg/cm2 at top speed, warm. Total engine oil capacity 11 kg. Gearbox 1.6 kg. Differential 2.25 kg. Burman steering box 0.36 kg.
# Pressurized liquid cooling with thermostatic electric fan. Capacity 12 l.
# ZF S 5-18/3 gearbox. 5 forward speeds, all synchromesh. Ratios 0.87, 1, 1.30, 1.76, 2.99:1, reverse 3.64 or 3.67:1.
# ZF/Alfa Romeo limited-slip differential. Final drive ratio 4.1:1.
# Bosch electronic capacitive-discharge ignition by 0227200002 CD units. Marelli S127C/S127D distributor. Lodge 2HL plugs.
# Bosch K1-14V55A20 720 W alternator, AD1/14V regulator, 12v 64 Ah battery, negative earth. Bosch GF-12V1PS starter motor.
# Bosch WS 4911 AR 2A (0) dual-speed windscreen wiper.
# ATE vacuum servo-assisted double circuit ventilated disc brakes with rear circuit pressure regulator. Front dia 27.2 cm. Rear dia 28.4 cm.
# Front suspension coil springs, double wishbones, telescopic shock-absorbers, anti-roll bar.
# Rear suspension coil springs, coaxial shock-absorbers, two trailing arms, reaction trunnion, anti-roll bar.
# Overall dimensions 4.22 L x 1.672 W x 1.205 H m. Front track 1.374 m. Rear track 1.34 m. Wheelbase 2.35 m. Min turning radius 5.5 m.
# Kerb weight (full tank) 1270 kg. Weight distribution 55% front, 45% rear.
# Campagnolo Elektron (magnesium-aluminium) alloy 6.5J x 14" wheels. Weight 5.8 kg.
# Michelin 195/70-VR14 X (later renamed 195/70-VR14 XWX) tyres.
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# Max power 200 bhp DIN (230 bhp SAE) at 6500 rpm. Max torque 24 mkg DIN (27.5 mkg SAE) at 4750 rpm.
# 6.35 kg/bhp DIN. 5.5 kg/bhp SAE.
# (Quattroruote, 1972): Maximum speed 224 km/h. Standing 400 m in 15.1 s. Standing 1 km in 27.6 s. 0-100 km/h 7.1 s. (Road & Track, 1973): 0-100 km/h indicated 7.5 s. (Manufacturer, 1975): Maximum speed 220 km/h. Standing 400 m in 16 s. Standing 1 km in 28.2 s. 0-100 km/h 7.1 s. The maximum speed is reduced by a few km/h when the headlamp shelters are retracted. It is 8 km/h lower for a vehicle without front spoiler.
# Fuel consumption 13.7l/100km at full load by Italian CUNA (Commissione Tecnica di Unificazione nell'Autoveicolo) standards. About 25l/100km at full power.
Ive never been a sports car enthusiast, but me and my wife could not resist this beauty.

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Old 05-23-2009, 08:58 AM   #4
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What's the make and model?
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Old 05-23-2009, 10:19 AM   #6
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The car is an Alfa Romeo Montreal -72.

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hahaha my uncle did the same, only he got him a 2002 Porsche boxster *rolls eyes*
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