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CARROZZERIA ALFA I PRESSEN...


"Lever og ånder for Alfa Romeo". Artikkel i Akershus Amtstidene jun. 2010.


"Carrozzeria Alfa Ekspanderer"
Artikkel i ALFANYTT nr. 1/08 i forbindelse med innflytting i nye lokaler. [pdf1] [pdf2] [pdf3]


"Skorpen har verdens eneste!"
Artikkel i Østlandets Blad feb. 2008 om Carrozzeria Alfa og Tom Skorpens Alfa Romeo SZ prototype. Verdens eneste!


"Kompressormatet klassiker" Artikkel i Drive nr. 6-7/03 om Carrozzeria Alfas egenutviklete kompressorsett til GTV 3.0 V6.

CARROZZERIA ALFA i Drøbak er kjent for sitt kvalitetsarbeid med reparasjoner, trimming, restaurering, lakk og oppretting, men vi driver også med en rekke spesielle og spennende restaureringsprosjekter.

Prosjekt 01: Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 (1973)
Prosjekt 02: Alfa Romeo Bertone 1750 (1971)
Prosjekt 03: Ferrari F355 Challenge (1995)
Prosjekt 04: Bimota SB6R (1997)
Prosjekt 05: Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider 1600 (1963)
Prosjekt 06: De Tomaso Pantera GTS (1974)
Prosjekt 07: Alfa Romeo GTV 6 (1982)
Prosjekt 08: Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce 1750 (1969)
Prosjekt 09: Alfa Romeo GTAm (1970)
Prosjekt 10: BMW 328 Sbarro Replica (1936/1974)
Prosjekt 11: Alfa Romeo Mito (2009)
Prosjekt 12: Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider (1959)

ALFA ROMEO SPIDER VELOCE 1750 (1969)
Bilen ble importert til Norge i 2004 og ble kjøpt av oss for 3 år siden. Den var i ganske god original stand og hadde vært restaurert for 15-16 år siden, men det manglet likevel en del på strøken bil! Bilen er nå igjen lakkert og mellom-slipt 2 ganger hvilket har gitt en helt fantastisk glans! Arbeidet ble som vanlig utført av vår samarbeidspartner Erling Ystenæs ved Eiker Autolakk i Drammen. Bilen er solgt!

     

Wikipedia skriver følgende om Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce (Duetto):

Series 1 Spider (1966-1969)
The first presentation of the car, as a prototype, was at the Turin Motor Show in 1961. However, the continuing success of existing models and the economic challenges facing Italy at the time meant that the first pre-launch production Spiders began to emerge from the Pininfarina production line only at the end of 1965.

Based on the Giulia 105 series chassis, the Spider was launched in the 36th Geneva Motor Show in March 1966. Unnamed at launch, the name "Duetto" was chosen in a write-in competition in Italy. The Italian firm of Pininfarina was responsible for the design of the body; in fact, the Duetto was the last project with which founder Battista "Pinin" Farina was personally associated. Pininfarina were also responsible for the manufacture of the vehicle's monocoque construction (designed with the relatively new principles of crumple zones incorporated into the front and rear). The engine was a 1570 cc variant of the Alfa Romeo twin cam four cylinder engine, and produced 109 hp (81 kW). Sparsely fitted inside but including five speed manual transmission, disc brakes and independent front suspension, the price on launch in Italy was 2,195,000 lire and upon its US introduction price was US$3,950 which was about $1,500 more than an MGB.

The original "Duetto" was in production from 1966–1967; replaced in late 1967 by the 1750 Spider Veloce, powered by a 118 hp (88 kW) 1779 cc engine. In Europe this was fitted with two twin carburettors, whereas models for the North American market (from MY 1969) had SPICA (Società Pompe Iniezione Cassani & Affini) mechanical fuel injection.[8] Modifications were also made to the suspension, brakes, electrics and wheels and tires though the car looked effectively the same. Visible differences were limited to the rear-view mirror repositioned to the door, and different badging on the tail. During the production run, the front repeater lights were moved ahead of the wheelarches. The car's official title was 1750 Spider Veloce, the name "Duetto" being dropped from this point on.

A new Spider 1300 Junior, with a 1290 cc engine producing 89 hp (66 kW), was introduced in 1968. This lacked various features of the 1750, including the plastic headlamp fairings, the brake servo, hubcaps and opening quarterlight.

Due to its round (or long) tail, the Series 1 Spider is sometimes known by the nickname of "Osso di Seppia" - Italian for "cuttlefish bone". This particular car was the model featured in the 1967 movie The Graduate, driven by Ben, the character played by Dustin Hoffman.


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