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Old 29 Nov 2008, 10:28 (Ref:2343766)   #31
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That's an interesting statistic Jesper!!

Most marques hologate one version of one type of model at any time, not four!!!!

I guess the early 2.5 and then the Turbo were mainly for International competition purposes, but the others for domestic purposes mainly?
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Old 29 Nov 2008, 10:48 (Ref:2343774)   #32
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Guess you could be right about domestic needs. The Italian C.I.V.T. catered for a multitude of classes based on group A and N during the 75 period, but how classes were divided is beyond me.

The 3.0 was used at Spa '88 as mentioned earlier and I know of a pair of group N+ versions in Spain in the early 1990's. As for the 2.0, this version was used in the Dutch touring car series at the same time, also running to a group N'ish rule set. Rallyes might also have been a consideration, as a two litre break was quite common. A weight limit of 880 kg (860 kg from Jan 1988) might be a bit optimistic of the 2.0, but who knows.

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Old 29 Nov 2008, 11:08 (Ref:2343782)   #33
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Great cars. Starting out with 280 hp in 1987 power increased to
more than 440 hp with 18" wheels in the '91 CIVT

Some still racing Alfa Corse Evoluziones
What is the restored 010/#79 supposed to represent. I can find Jean-Louis Schlesser and Jacques Laffite partnering at the 1987 Nürburgring - where 006 was debuted - and again at Spa a short while later, where Paolo Barilla was added.

On another note, I don't remember the black splitter below the front spoiler in period pictures...

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Old 29 Nov 2008, 14:24 (Ref:2343858)   #34
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On another note, I don't remember the black splitter below the front spoiler in period pictures...
I have found some technical info on the 010 chassis.

The black splitters are not original, but with the modern tires being able of much higher load/speed it's a good improvement.
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Old 3 Dec 2008, 18:04 (Ref:2346623)   #35
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Here is one for sale !

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Old 15 Dec 2008, 14:44 (Ref:2355263)   #36
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European Hillclimb Championship 1988, St. Ursanne in Switzerland. A Luigi Racing-prepped car from the sunstrip...
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Old 16 Dec 2008, 07:33 (Ref:2355791)   #37
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Bondy at a very wet Calder in practice

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Old 16 Dec 2008, 09:37 (Ref:2355882)   #38
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Cracking shot, just look at that spray!!!!
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Old 16 Dec 2008, 14:41 (Ref:2356169)   #39
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That's from practice or qualifying for the opening round of the 1987 ATCC, right?

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Old 17 Dec 2008, 08:31 (Ref:2356653)   #40
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That's from practice or qualifying for the opening round of the 1987 ATCC, right?

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Yes. just can not remember if it was practice or qualifying.
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Old 17 Dec 2008, 15:23 (Ref:2357057)   #41
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Also what's the car over the other side going in the opposite direction, white and red it looks like?
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One of the Isuzu Geminis?

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Old 17 Dec 2008, 19:50 (Ref:2357222)   #43
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Jesper, you are correct, pretty sure the car was owned by a guy whose surname was White. Will need to look into that and also see if I have a shot of him.
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One of thes turned up in the Alfa Romeo Championship in the UK in 1990. Not sure if it was a turbo or 3 litre, but it was an ETCC spec car driven by Piero Pesaro
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Old 30 Dec 2008, 20:09 (Ref:2362963)   #45
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Chassisnr 28

Some documentation says there are only the first(?) 25 Evo Cars (of 500) have been rebuild by Alfa Corse as original racecars. Chassinr 1, they say, has been used for testing purposes.

I saw in the forum the chassisnr of Bob vd Sluis (29?) and recently I spotted a chassisnr 28. The chassisnr 28 is stamped on a small plate and not as a nr in the chassis itself as I have seen in some original cars.

Does someone know how chassisnrs 28 and 29 fits in the mentioned 25 cars?
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